New York underground warns customers not to pole dance on tube in funny sign

For those who regularly use public transport, they are bound to see the odd happenings now and again.

Perhaps an on board stowaway crab or maybe a flock of ‘intelligent pigeons’ may scramble onto the tube.

Despite British transport hosting an array of animals, the US seems to have a passenger problem of their own.

Hilariously, an electronic sign in a New York subway station has urged people to use the poles onboard for no other purposes than safety.

And, this is because people have been allegedly using poles to practice their risqué dance moves.

Taking to TikTok under the username @mcchicken666, the commuter shared the moment they came across the sign.

The sign read: “Poles are for your safety, not your latest routine.”

“A subway car is no place for showtime.”

To demonstrate on how not to act on the underground train, a red man can be seen busting out a few moves around the pole – swinging around to his heart's content.

Impressively, the red animated character can even be seen walking across the ceiling.

Since being posted, the risqué warning has now racked up 1.1 million views and 289,000 likes.

Stunned at the pole dancing sign, many people fled to the comments to share their thoughts on the gaffe.

One person commented: “I have a hard time believing that is going to discourage people.”

Another user chucked: “It's just giving people full choreography for free.”

While a third person joked: “Someone better dress up as that lil red man and give the performance of their life now lol.”

Someone else voiced: “He’s kinda killing it though.”

Meanwhile, a fifth user remarked: “It’s him walking on the ceiling for me.”

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