On Monday, a rat found its way onto an A Train heading from Manhattan to Brooklyn. A YouTube video showed passengers lifting up their legs and even standing up on the seats, and many of them screaming in horror.
The 15-second cellphone video which was posted on YouTube shows a rat crawling around the doughnuts at the shop at 37th Street and Eighth Avenue.
The giant, inflatable rat familiar to New Yorkers at union protests is apparently on the way out, according to a report.
Despite an “A” rating that is posted on the shop’s front door, a rat was spotted in the window of E.A.T. on Madison Avenue and 81st Street on Sunday.
State Senator Bill Perkins plans to propose a $250 fine, saying riders are always complaining to him about rodents.
We see them scurrying around the subway on the tracks and sometimes even on the trains. Rats have become almost a New York City icon, but now a new campaign is hoping your rat pics will help rid the subway of the furry creatures once and for all.
A video posted on YouTube Wednesday shows a rat running loose on a subway car — scurrying across the aisle and climbing up onto seats — before eventually crawling up the leg of a sleeping man and onto his face.