& # 39; Come on, sit down! & # 39; Bizarre video shows the man on the New York subway with his mannequin & # 39; Wilson & # 39; for not wearing trousers or drinking water
- Riders of the New York City subway were horrified at seeing man's beating mannequin
- The man always referred to the manikin as & # 39; Wilson & # 39;
- He blamed Wilson for not wearing pants, sitting down properly, and not drinking water
- Eventually the man started beating Wilson and sending panicked metro drivers to the exits
Will these models ever learn?
A New York City metro rider decided to teach his mannequin, Wilson, after he stubbornly refused to sit in his seat or drink water when he was offered.
& # 39; Come on, sit down! & # 39; The frustrated driver said to Wilson.
The rider then began to warn Wilson of his very inappropriate appearance in public.
A New York City metro rider decided to teach his mannequin, Wilson, after he stubbornly refused to sit in his chair or drink water when he was offered
The incident started when Wilson the manikin appeared on the subway, miserably dressed
His friend then demanded that Wilson drink some water, but the mannequin refused stubbornly
& # 39; Why don't you wear pants today? Why don't you wear pants, Wilson? & # 39; The rider shouted.
The driver then demanded that Wilson drink some water.
The metro driver then got fed up and started beating his manikin, throwing him on the floor and kicking him with violence.
The incident shocked fellow New Yorkers, who decided that they could no longer stay in the same subway train
The image above shows strapangers who leave for the exit at the first opportunity
& # 39; Have something, Wilson! Have some! & # 39; Said the rider as he pressed his blue water bottle to Wilson & # 39; s mouth.
But Wilson didn't want to oblige – to the frustration of his friend.
At this point the rider lost his patience with the irreconcilable mannequin.
He threw Wilson on the floor and began to grumble while he screamed.
The other riders in the metro were horrified by what they saw and decided to flee the train wagon at the first opportunity.
If Wilson had only behaved, this could all have been prevented.