NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Two people were caught in the middle of an extremely dangerous stunt in Queens – riding on the top of a subway car.

Commuters and MTA workers spotted the pair surfing on top of a 7-train in Queens over the weekend.

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The pair was caught on the moving subway cars at the Roosevelt Avenue stop in Jackson Heights.

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2 people seen surfing on top of a 7 train in Queens. (Credit: @dominicanproblemz)

MTA crews quickly stopped the train just after it left the station and on Tuesday CBS2 learned another subway surfing incident caused delays for commuters.

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It’s an ongoing problem that sources say happens roughly once a day in New York City.