Polite Pigeon Rides the Rails
Written by Pat's Papers | Thursday, 29 April 2010 3:23 PM
If only everyone who rode the subway was this courteous. I just came across this video of a polite pigeon riding the subway in Toronto. And it’s great. Henry the bird keeps a respectable distance from other passengers, avoids making loud noises on the train, and leaves the available seating for those in need.
Subway etiquette has been on my mind all week after the New York Daily News printed this photo of a woman’s butt wrapped around a subway pole:
Click the photo to read about more flagrant subway breaches of conduct.
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