A rat was spotted at Montreal's Jarry metro station on Wednesday. The rat, which could be seen scurrying along the platform, close to the wall, looks like he was in a rush to get home.\nOf course, it's not unlikely to find rodents in the metro station: it's underground, after all. But this little guy's brazen trek through the metro station is a rare sight.\nThis tiny guy has nothing on the gigantic rats that are found in other metro systems around the world, notably New York's.\nA video, which was sent to MTLBlog, shows the rat scurrying along the platform of the Jarry metro station. You can watch the video below:\nA rat was spotted by an MTL Blog reader this week on the platform of Jarry Station in Montreal.Send your own Montreal-related videos directly to @mtlblog on Instagram and Twitter to be featured in our next news story.#montreal #quebec #canada pic.twitter.com/KLYnG6kLHq— MTL Blog (@mtlblog) August 2, 2019\nThe little guy seems kind of lost: he sees a grate and looks like he's looking for a way in. When he realises that he's too big, he looks concerned.\nThis is probably because he realises that it means that he's going to have to take the metro home. And he knows that his wife is going to be angry if he gets home late again.\nREAD ALSO: Video Shows Massive Fight With Police Sparked By Fireworks And Pepper Spray At Montreal's Jardins Gamelins\nOf course, this isn't the first time that a rodent has been spotted in the Montreal metro. A mouse infestation has been noted at the Papineau metro station, as well as in the park near the station.\nSpotted au rat mort sur la ligne verte. #spottedstmPosted by Spotted: STM on Monday, June 10, 2019\nAnd of course, a few months ago a mouse was found dead on the seat of a metro cart on the green line. The tragedy struck compassion in the hearts of many commuters, who still fondly remember the rodent.\nI hope that one day we will catch a rat carrying a poutine on the metro so that we can finally have our own version of #pizzarat.\nIf you ever happen to see such a phenomenon or any other Montreal-related video you want to share, send it to @mtlblog on Instagram or Twitter.