Tokyo Metro’s warning poster of pole dancers

Remember: Please do not pay any attention to the pole dancer when sitting in the seats for the handicapped on the subways of Tokyo.

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The above is October’s poster for Metro Train Manners‘ on the Tokyo subway.
You can directly view the original, “unimproved” poster here at the Metro website.
Also check out the dozens of the previous “Train Manner [sic]” posters on the 3Yen.

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4 thoughts on “Tokyo Metro’s warning poster of pole dancers”

  1. Anybody who has ever ridden on the Tokyo Metro knows that once a person sits in the “Courtesy Seats” the train generates a comforting forcefield that renders everything outside the seat invisible whether it’s an 8-months pregnant lady carrying a load of groceries or a naked pole dancer.

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