What did we have so far? We’ve seen a dog in a stroller, a dog inside an IKEA bag, and now this – a dog inside a backpack, or maybe the dog is the backpack? Either way – the dog doesn’t seem to fit in the bag, but it doesn’t seem to bother neither him nor the person carrying him! That is yet another very imaginative way to take your dog on the subway, and we’re left wondering – what did they have in mind when they created the dogs inside a bag rule? Certainly not this.
The guy is very casually tying is shoe, with a giant Husky on his back! And the people around also seem pretty casual, so this is probably not the first time he does this, or the first time people have seen things like this (and stranger things) on the subway.
Spiderman’s secret gig
Being a superhero doesn’t pay out, as we can only guess by this photo, and so Spiderman hit the subway to earn some extra cash. It’s a known fact that people struggle to make a living in New York, and someone like Spiderman probably has a nice place to afford, perhaps a loft on the Upper East Side, so he uses his secret talent (who knew Spiderman plays the saxophone?) and took out to the streets.
We know that Spiderman lives in the Big Apple, so this option is very viable, but perhaps it’s just someone who figured people couldn’t refuse to spare a few dollars for Spiderman – after all, it’s not everyday you see a superhero playing the saxophone in the subway – and so this is just a marketing trick.