In the latest installment of “Gotta Get It Home Somehow,” Muni rider dee brings us this passenger on the K-Ingleside with what looks like a big ol’ trash can. Or am I wrong and this isn’t a big ol’ trash can?
Oh, well. You know … gotta get it home somehow.
If you’re gonna bring your own chair on the bus, the least you can do is provide musical entertainment for your fellow passengers, right?
Via Muni rider Amanda: “He’s also singing The Beatles…”
OK, it’s actually technically a bass, but now the headline doesn’t make sense.
Funny, cool, and odd, all at once: our favorite. As far as strange cargo on Muni goes, this is perhaps the friendliest-seeming one yet. I’d also like to direct your attention to the hat atop the head of the human holding the instrument. ’nuff said.
Thanks for sharing on the ‘gramz, @beth_winegarner. Send us cool photos like this one @munidiaries.
Friend of Muni Diaries Faern saw this nice young couple carting yet more strange Muni cargo—a mattress that looks like it came straight out of someone’s bedroom, with the mattress pad and everything.
I mean, it’s no stranger than a giraffe leg or blow up doll, both witnessed by riders like you, and documented in our treasure chest of Strange Cargo on Muni.
Weirdness on your commute today? We’re all ears @munidiaries!
Photo by @MadzMcspaz
One man and his treasure, in a precarious Jenga formation. The wine bottle supports are a nice touch, methinks.
This marks another addition to our ongoing Muni Strange Cargo series.
Separately: Is the woman at the bus shelter asleep? Are her pants on fire?
What other unexpected carry-on items did you spot on Muni? Send ’em this way, please.
Photo by dweintraub
The newest addition to our long-running Muni Strange Cargo report: miniature bench and a regular-size lamp. A Craigslist used-furniture shopping trip, perhaps?