Only in New York a person would put a huge dog in a bag on the subway cc: @Gothamist pic.twitter.com/0TpvPl37EA
— Alex Romano (@alexromano) July 20, 2016
Due to MTA rules stating that animals (other than service or law enforcement) must be “enclosed in a container and carried in a manner which would not annoy other passengers” on the NYC subway, an enterprising human used a large canvas tote bag to carry his beloved Siberian Husky over his shoulder. Problem solved, and the two seemingly went on their way without incident.
It appears that those ubiquitous canvas tote bags are really handy in these types of situations.
@alexromano @ttayl0r @Gothamist lol totally done this with my dog on the subway. pic.twitter.com/sXfJEGBDDd
— Michiko Fuller (@michi_rei) July 20, 2016
And of course, there’s always another way to look at the situation.
Or… Only in NY could a huge dog find a dumb schmuck to carry him around in a bag. @alexromano @Walldo @Gothamist https://t.co/4svALS0BM2
— Ira Goldman (@KDbyProxy) July 20, 2016