Sydney trains’ grotty reality is uncovered while a passenger creates a huge dust cloud by simply hitting the seat
- A passenger hit a train in Sydney and a lot of dust was released
- After a few seconds, the passenger must withdraw from the carriage
- Good hygiene is a priority in Sydney amid the coronavirus pandemic
A passenger has revealed the disgusting reality of Sydney’s public transport system by hitting a train seat and sending a cloud of dust into the air.
The images shared with TikTok on Thursday showed a man raising the dust from what appeared to be a clean train seat.
After hitting the seat for just a few seconds, the man is overwhelmed by the dust and is driven away from the empty carriage.
A passenger uncovered the disgusting reality of Sydney trains by hitting a seat and sending a cloud of dust into the air
“That’s months of dead skin and farts floating through the air,” the user endorsed the video.
The footage has been viewed more than 120,000 times and many people said that the large amount of dirt and dust on the train was not uncommon.
“Yes, and those are our clean trains,” wrote one man.
“And that’s just another reason I don’t like public transport,” said another.
The footage has been viewed more than 120,000 times and many people said that the large amount of dirt and dust on the train was not uncommon
Others noted that the cleanliness of the chairs was surprising, as the recent pandemic has emphasized the importance of good hygiene, although it is not known when the footage was filmed.
“Does the government even clean the seats?” A woman said.
“This is why people get coronavirus,” said another.
It’s because Australians have been urged by the state and federal government to practice good hygiene and social distance to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
Last month, a woman wiping her seat on a Sydney train and was disgusted to see how much dirt it picked up
CORONAVIRUS CASES IN AUSTRALIA: 5,315
New South Wales: 2389
Western Australia: 400
South Australia: 385
Australian Capital Territory: 87
Northern Territory: 22
TOTAL CASES: 5,315
Last month, a woman shared a disturbing image of a clean white cloth that had turned a dirty shade of gray from cleaning a train seat.
The woman said she took a spray bottle filled with food-safe cleaner, microfibre cloths and Milton antibacterial tablets when boarding.
“In the midst of this pandemic, I decided to clean my chair the best,” she wrote on Facebook.
“So I threw a Milton tablet into the solution and wiped my chair.”
The passenger said she felt bad at the time and was only taking care of her own health, so she wiped the rest of the carriage because no one else was around.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Transport for comment.
The woman was so shocked that she decided to wipe the rest of the train wagon