There’s A Used Condom That’s Been Hanging In An NYC Subway Car Since September (NSFW)

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I feel like this goes without saying, maybe the Transit Authority should announce this or put it on posters, but it is REALLY not cool to tie a used condom to a Subway Pole. If I saw this first thing in the morning on my commute to work, I’d probably puke up everything I had in my system. That’s exactly what happened to Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn resident Ryan Quinn, who saw a splooge-filled rubber tied to a pole on his morning commute on the F-Train, who only spotted the prophylactic when he almost put his hand on it.


Damn, that’s a pretty big load.

This definitely begs the question of how it got there. Did the original condom user bang someone on the subway train, or did they carry it in their pocket from where they had sex to the Subway, then tie it to the pole? I mean, at least they’re using safe sex practices, right? Maybe it’s some sort of viral marketing campaign reminding Brooklyn residents to use rubbers.

According to a Gothamist reader, the condom has been there since LAST TUESDAY.


Though yet ANOTHER commenter believes she saw it on the train as long ago as September. SEPTEMBER. THAT MEANS A CONDOM HAS BEEN HANGING ON A SUBWAY TRAIN FOR AT LEAST THREE WEEKS.


The New York City Subway is a disgusting cesspool. A boiled down version of degenerating humanity. That much is true. The rats have more power down there than Bill De Blasio. We’ve seen old men hang out with their wang out, dudes shit themselves and even a couple of bright young ladies performing acts of “mouth love” on the 6 Train, a video of which went viral a few years back under the incredibly family-friendly title “Two Rachets Giving Jaw on the 6 Train.”

This may take the cake, folks. Please leave your jism at home, in the garbage can where it belongs.

[via Gothamist]

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