Tokyo Subway Employees Shove Passengers Into Train (Video)

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A shocking video is going viral that shows a subway in Tokyo, Japan overflowing with passengers so badly that three workers are forced to push a man inside while trying to get the doors closed.

The video was uploaded by the New York Post with the following description:

The trains in Tokyo, Japan, are so crowded during rush hour that workers are employed to stuff humans into cars. The sardine-like conditions of these subway cars may seem wild, but for people who work in Tokyo, it is business as usual.

The passenger seems to be so used to the cramped conditions that he doesn’t even react as employees shove him inside.

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