“Please do not lean on the poles in the train,” the BTS Skytrain admonished riders this morning, with a whole lotta booty.
In what could have been a gentle reminder for “the betterment of society,” the Bangkok Mass Transit System included in the now-viral post a bizarre graphic art of an uncomfortable female university student looking at a grinning shadowy figure, whose thicc glutes can be seen clenching the pole of the train.
“The main purpose of the poles in trains is for commuters to get a grip to provide safe travels for everyone,” the post read in a tone far more measured than the sophomoric art unleashed on unprepared eyeballs. “Please be kind to your companions and provide space for others to hold the pole. Do not lean against the pole or lean on the hands of other passengers who are holding the pole first.”
The post also went on to promote good hygiene, noting that all travelers should use alcohol gels to wash their hands before and after gripping the steel butt-rester.
Naturally, many people focused on the wack art rather than the helpful lecture.
“Please do not twerk on the skytrain BTS,” Supakit Nupuak suggested.
“Does it have to be that tight?” another asked.