A clip showing what it looks like to ride a Philippine National Railway (PNR) train in the middle of a stormy rush hour has been getting traction on social media.
The two-minute video shows a PNR cart crammed full of passengers, with some clinging to the doors just to remain inside.
Facebook user Francis Brines, who made the upload, wasn't able to board the train but managed to record the whole ordeal wherein train officials had to literally pull out exiting passengers from the can of sardines.
For just P10, you can get to any of the PNR stations from Blumentritt to Pasay Road.
Still, Brines vowed to never again ride the public transit after the horrible experience.
Meanwhile, another post set in the PNR went viral due to a couple of unusual photos. A man is seen avoiding the crowded area and turning the overhead compartment into his personal bunker.
Both posts have over 8,000 shares combined, with Brines' post having more than 325,000 views as of this posting.