So, Venezuelan subway etiquette is a little frightening [VIDEO]

If you were put off by the crush of humanity in the Tokyo subway or the rats and pervading smell of pee in the New York subway, hang on to your jaw, because it’s about to bonk your keyboard.

This video was allegedly taken somewhere in Venezuela’s Valles del Tuy region. You can hear the screams of desperation and panic before the doors even open. Then all hell breaks loose.

Apart from simply having a place to sit, I’m at a loss as to why boarding the train is done as if everyone is fleeing a lava flow infested with robot death sharks. One thing is certain, if I ever go to Venezuela I’ll be budgeting for a couple dozen taxi rides.

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