Fox Unexpectedly Joins Rush Hour Commuters, Takes The Bus
This fox just wanted to take a ride around London.
On Monday morning, commuters unexpectedly encountered a fox during their morning commute. The fox, who apparently didn’t pay the fare, walked onto the number 12 bus and started to look for a seat.
Passenger Andrew Woodcock took a photo of the bushy-tailed passenger climbing the stairs and posted it on Twitter.
That stuff about urban foxes adapting to city life is clearly nonsense. This one didn't even have his Oyster card. pic.twitter.com/Vb41rMvkal
— Andrew Woodcock (@AndyWoodcock) April 18, 2016
Realizing that the fox was on board, the bus driver stopped near The Imperial War Museum and opened the door. The fox casually went down the stairs and got off the bus. The fox left a “thank you gift” puddle on the top step, according to witnesses at the scene.
It is unknown where the fox boarded the bus, but the fox is believed to have traveled for over one mile.
This isn’t the first time that animals used public transportation. In 2011, a monkey in New Dehli was looking like a regular commuter, holding on to a pole and sitting down.