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Queens subway surfer has documented his reckless feats

Mark Alan Jones (Source)

April 11, 2017 Staff Report

A man who has a habit of riding on top of subway trains in Queens posted Instagram footage of himself on top of the 7 train yesterday.

The footage is found on the Instagram account of Anthony Baker. Here there are numerous videos and photos of a man on the subway tracks and riding trains.

Please Note: The images have since been deleted from the Instagram account.

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7 Train is a Drain

He probably rides on top of the 7 train because he’s scared of getting groped or mugged riding inside the car!

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Jim

I think that guy is a superstar. That is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen. Love the guy riding on the back.

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Luis Guillermo

I no think Dez guy is berry smart persons. Ezz berry stupid guy man. EZ craziest guy I seen

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El loco

If he gets hurt he’ll sue and say the transit authority didn’t put up guard rails on the roof.

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Tom in Sunnyside

Please don’t give him publicity. Cover his arrest and potential jail term instead. His actions endangered not just himself but everyone around him.

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NopeNopeNope

This guy has an Instagram account with thousands of followers. The cops must know about him by now, and from the looks of it they don’t care.

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Tom in Sunnyside

Right??? Shouldn’t the social media police unit at the NYPD look at his account and ENHANCE the evidence? Put the whole system on trial

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Tom in Sunnyside

Please don’t give him publicity by showing pictures and videos of his dangerous actions. It only encourages him and others to do the same. Give the images to the police for evidence and cover the arrest.

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NopeNopeNope

This kid is snitching on himself by posting to social media. He wants to be arrested.

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Luis Guillermo

I wish he goes into roosevelt ave and he gets hit by dee bus, hes berry stupid guy

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MAGA

There you go again snowflake..revealing your true colors..don’t be ashamed of what you are

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MAGA

… me and my friend Milo from my 2nd favorite web site brightbart go to church together.

We are VERY successful and a lot haters and losers are jealous.

I am a Yankee fan.

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MAGA

Snowflake, do yourself a favor and stop eating the paint chips at the 7 train station,,

Uncivil and Selfish (him not me)

I hope he has a cemetery plot picked out and paid for or maybe it might be best to cremate him as he may just be in pieces.

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