What to Know
- Twitter user @kevinyue_ said a daring duo rode on the back of the bus on Richmond Avenue for a few minutes; he said it was like the movies
- The shocking video appears to show the two people clutching the back of the bus as it shifts lanes in the dark on the busy thoroughfare
- It has been viewed more than 34,000 times since @kevinyu posted it to Twitter on Christmas Eve
Shocking video shows two people hitching a ride on the back of an MTA bus as it moved along a major Staten Island thoroughfare over the weekend, bending their knees slightly to maintain balance as the bus shifts lanes in the dark.
Twitter user @kevinyue_ said the daring duo rode on the back of the bus on Richmond Avenue for a few minutes until the bus stopped at its next location.
He posted the video, aptly captioned "miss the bus?? NOT TODAY," to Twitter around 6 p.m. Christmas Eve, describing it as a scene straight out of the movies.
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It's since been viewed more than 34,000 times.
An MTA spokeswoman slammed the risky behavior Thursday.
"This is an extremely dangerous and illegal -- not to mention stupid -- activity to engage in, and we encourage motorists or anyone who witnesses this behavior to immediately notify the bus operator if possible, or call police," spokeswoman Amanda Kwan said in a statement.