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Video Showing Crazy Guys Riding Between Two Montreal STM Metro Cars

This is why service is always interrupted.
Video Showing Crazy Guys Riding Between Two Montreal STM Metro Cars

When I was a kid, and I would ride the metro to school, I often wondered what would happen if I opened the back door of the train and walked into the next car. 

Of course I never actually had the guts to do it. And now that the new AZUR trains are all connected, I thought I'd never actually get to see someone dumb enough to try it. Until now!

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And what they're doing is actually even dumber that the idea I had. They didn't just want to transfer from one car to another, they actually climbed in between both metro cars so they could ride though the whole tunnel!

Unfortunately we only see them taking off, and we have no idea if they made it to the next station safely. 

In any case this comment says it all: 

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