A rabbit has been spotted taking public transport alone and it's too much
There's plenty of people you run into on the evening commute.
The lad who holds the entire bus up because he can't find any change.
The woman who sprawls herself across two seats on the already packed DART and refuses to move for anyone.
But there's one thing that we've never come across on the bus or train home... and that's an adorable rabbit sitting across from us on his own.
And why would we - buns don't take the bus.
Except, apparently they do. In London, anyway.
There's a rabbit on my bus. pic.twitter.com/ccPtRo3KdH
— Matt Hepburn (@MattHepburnClan) September 29, 2017
They also take the Overground.
I saw him on the overground to hackney the other day.. he's very busy & important, rarely late. pic.twitter.com/6yCnZ88Vx0
— Jo Duffy (@JoDuffy91) September 29, 2017
And buses through Manchester too.
— CliveForNothing? (@CliveForNothing) September 30, 2017
Alright, that last one is clearly not the same rabbit.
But it's still some adorable white rabbits taking some public transport.
The commute doesn't get better than that, really.
Clearly concerned for the rabbit's safety, Twitter user Matt decided to track down the bun's owner.
And the story behind the travelling bun is not disappointing.
So I tracked down the owner: a laid back, space hippy&apparently he does this often. I did have to stop a family from treading on it tho!
— Matt Hepburn (@MattHepburnClan) September 30, 2017
We just hope he got home safely.