Courtney Matthews was undertaking her usual commute to work in New Westminster when startled by the sounds of an unexpected passenger.
Shortly after 10:30 a.m. on Monday (March 22) she heard and saw a pigeon enter the SkyTrain.
“The bird entered through the window – not even the door – and flew around a bit before perching on the handle of a seat,” Matthews told Black Press Media.
“There were only a few people on the train. Oddly enough they didn’t seem too interested in him.”
Matthews, deciding to mind her own business, sneakily captured the fare-dodging flyer on video. Like any other passenger, the bird stared out a window and took in scenery passing by.
The pair rode together from New Westminster to Sapperton station. When it came time for Matthews to deboard the SkyTrain, the pigeon did too.
“He hopped off and waddled right out like he had intended to,” Matthews said.
“It was just what I needed to see on a Monday morning.”
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