Skip to comments.Man falls to his death after defecating between subway cars (New York City)
Posted on 01/15/2013 5:22:17 PM PST by jimbo123
It was his time to go.
A 31-year old Bronx man fell to his death this afternoon while defecating between subway cars on a moving number 6 train, cops said.
The man fell onto the tracks and was run over by the northbound train as it was leaving 125th Street station shortly after 4 pm, police said.
It gets weirder.
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Time to ban New York subways. “Even if we can save one life...”
“Hold my beer....”
Well at least he died relieved.
When it’s your time to go, it’s your time to go. I mean, when you gotta go, you gotta go. Wait. What?
Here’s your sign...
Ah New Yawk! A Liberal Utopia!
At least he had the courtesy not to defecate INSIDE the subway car.
First you say it then you do it.
Should outlaw defecation. The only way to make certain this never can happen again in Obamaworld.
At least he died with a clean colon
His last words? OH SH*T!
I’ll admit, in my misspent youth, I went out between the cars to sneak a cigarette with my buddies a few times. It is quite an adrenaline rush, especially when the trains are going through the tunnels underground. Of course it was stupid and dangerous to do that, but that was half of the fun, the other half being that it was forbidden.
I think we joked about taking a number one off the moving train while we were out there, but thought better of that because of the risk of electrocution. Never even crossed our minds to try a number two!
He didn’t have any TP though... so he probably failed to follow that old adage to always wear clean underwear in case you die that day.
New York, the classiest city on Earth.
The New York Safety Commissioner’s response: “Sh*t happens”
He should have taken the #2 train.
So, does this count as dying on the toilet?
ROFL. Heartless, but very funny!
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