(CBS/WCBS) NEW YORK - Though it may be called public transit, thousands of New Yorkers can remember a time or two when someone riding the subway has made the train car their personal bathroom, closet, or in this case, kitchen.
A video posted on YouTube shows a woman riding on a crowded subway train eating spaghetti from a Styrofoam container, reports CBS station WCBS. But her dinner is quickly interrupted when another woman sitting nearby chooses to voice her opinion on proper 'subway etiquette.'
The offended woman is heard on the video saying, "What kind of animals eat on the train?"
After that both women get into a screaming match, and then things turn physical with the offended woman ultimately ending up with noodles in her hair despite a patron's attempt to play mediator.
The incident makes you wonder if you should speak up the next time you feel offended on the train, or if it would be in your best interest to keep those thoughts to yourself.
The video's language was too graphic to post.