The latest addition to an ever-growing list of animals who do not belong on public transit is Subway Duck, the rude little guy who held up New Yorkers this morning while trying to catch a train into Manhattan.
Per Gothamist, NYPD officers rescued a lonesome duck wandering the tracks in Brooklyn’s Jefferson Street subway stop on Friday morning.
Aaron L. Morrison, a writer for Mic, spotted the bird earlier Friday morning attempting to gain access to the train platform through a service entry.
A NYPD spokesperson tells Gothamist that the duck was released back into the wild shortly after a speedy Friday morning rescue, constituting a happy ending for Subway Duck. No word on whether the lucky duck got to ride in the back a cop car like these other criminals.
Other animals left on public transit have been less fortunate than Subway Duck remember Subway Shark?
And more recently, Subway Crabs:
Subway Duck should count his blessings.
Read more: http://mashable.com/2017/03/17/subway-duck/