A scheming pigeon injected a little mayhem into Tuesday morning's commute, sneakily slipping onto an MTA bus and creating such a flap that the driver careened into a sidewalk shed. Or so the reports say—Chaos Pigeon immediately fled the scene on wing, so we can only tell you one side of this story. The unreliable, envious flightless side.
On Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced officials began seizing 46 ice cream trucks in a crackdown on operators who allegedly schemed for years to skirt 22,495 summonses and avoid paying nearly $4.5 million in traffic violation fees.
Of course, the lost & found also offers spectators a look at what fellow straphangers are toting around, and highlights of the current “collection” don't disappoint—they include a karaoke machine, a violin and... a chainsaw with a mysterious past.
“We’ve had swords, we’ve had—you name it, we’ve had it here,” said Steve Terracciano, the Penn Station terminal manager.
Nope nope nope. Not going in there.
This was way too close to the plot of "House of Leaves"