A concerned citizen/Craigslist Missed Connections poster has put out this, let’s call it a PSA, alerting G-train riders that 1) There is a grossly PDA-having couple riding the train every morning and, damningly, 2) After the girlfriend gets off the train, the guy proceeds to hit on as many other women as possible until his stop. Be forewarned, the poster writes: The man is good-looking and ladies fall for his charms. Some have even allowed themselves to be felt up by him on the train, apparently. G train, you are naughty! Craigslist ad below:
ALERT: MAN WITH GIRLFRIEND CONSTANTLY HITS ON WOMEN – m4w (G Train)
Date: 2011-08-19, 11:32AM EDT
So pretty much every morning I see this couple on the Church Ave bound G train around 8:15/30. They’re a very touchy-feely couple (too much if you ask me – it’s a TRAIN, not a MOTEL, slimeballs) and I find myself trying not to barf every single morning that I have to watch them get their fuck on. The thing that makes me even more sick, however, is that she gets off the train way before him and EVERY morning he tries to chat up A DIFFERENT babe. It almost seems like it doesn’t even matter WHO it is, he’ll hit on every chick in his path with some of the slimiest, lamest lines. The thing is, he’s a really good looking guy and I see some girls falling for it. I don’t know how many numbers I’ve seen him get. His girlfriend’s an idiot for having no idea that this goes on, but it’s not my place to say anything to her or to the girls who stupidly give him their phone numbers. I even watched him feel up on a couple of willing girls. It’s disgusting.
SO LADIES! YOU’VE BEEN WARNED. DO NOT GIVE YOUR NUMBER TO THIS GUY, HE’S A SCUMBUG!!!!!
Of course, we have questions. Could this be a revenge scheme from a bitter ex masquerading as a man, perhaps? Or a jealous guy who’s lost a girl to this man? Or is G Train boyfriend just that much of a dog? And — is he really that hot?
Has anyone seen this go down?
We contacted the poster for more info and will update when we hear back. Stay tuned, public, and be wary of any G-train charmers.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 19, 2011