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Passenger caught urinating on New York City subway while commuters appear unfazed

The conditions in this subway really go to the toilet.

A man was spotted urinating on an F-train traveling through Brooklyn on Tuesday night – while several straphangers didn’t even bat an eyelid.

According to a witness, the man was caught on camera relieving himself in sight of about 10 people in a car while lying horizontally on a bench seat between Jay Street-MetroTech and York Street subway stations, according to a witness.

About three commuters across from the man shot out of the line of fire during the disgusting act, but several strangers in a row of adjacent benches didn’t appear to be concerned and remained seated.

“People on the sides didn’t pay attention to them,” said Stefano Giovannini, a freelance Post photographer who witnessed the public urination. “No one said anything.”

Man caught urinating on subway
The passengers seemed unimpressed by the grotesque depiction.
Stephen Giovannini

After going about his business, the man zipped back up and fell asleep again.

Giovannini said he notified an MTA worker at Delancey Street/Essex Street station but gave him the cold shoulder.

The grotesque display came less than a month after Mayor Eric Adams launched a plan to clean up the city’s subway system.

Adams’ comprehensive subway safety initiative aims to crack down on underground rule-breakers and help shelter the chronically homeless.

As part of the plan, City Hall said 30 specialized teams of police officers, homeless people and behavioral therapists would be dispatched to high-priority subway stations.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/08/passenger-caught-urinating-on-nyc-subway-as-commuters-seem-unfazed/ Passenger caught urinating on New York City subway while commuters appear unfazed

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