Viral video of a man pouring cereal onto the floor of a subway car in New York City sparked outrage among public and transit authorities.
A new low: Pulling a prank on essential workers in the middle of a global pandemic. And making essential workers clean up your mess. Despicable. https://t.co/hMu8g5cJY9
— MTA. Stay Home. Stop the Spread. (@MTA) May 13, 2020
The video posted by “fckjoshy” on Tiktok has over six million views and a video of the event on Twitter has over four million views. The NY Metropolitan Transport Authority called the prank video “despicable,” stating that pranking essential workers and then making them clean the mess up was “a new low.” (RELATED: FDA Releases Guidelines On How To Convert Trucks Carrying Dead Human Remains To Trucks Carrying Food)
does he think this shit is funny…. pic.twitter.com/tXTRJXUGjr
— s (@saltyarab) May 12, 2020
People on Twitter responded to the video, some branding him a “terrorist” and others saying the man was “disgusting.” Eric Andre made a similar prank on a NYC subway in 2014, spilling cereal and milk all over the subway car as well.