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Torontonians are used to raccoons getting all up in their business. But usually when they cause trouble, they do it outside.

Not this morning though, when a brazen raccoon decided to hop on the subway during morning rush hour. The little critter went around casually sniffing people’s feet like it was no big deal–it even stopped to check out a lady’s purse:

Clearly, no f—s were given.

The subway was even delayed briefly as a result of the animal’s presence. The raccoon apparently decided walking to its destination would be the faster option:

The raccoon disappeared into the subway tunnel shortly afterwards, but it’s still unclear how it got into the station in the first place. And for the record, this is far from the first time raccoons have run amok in Toronto. Another one casually boarded the GO Train late last year:

Last spring, another one scaled a giant crane, and then promptly crapped itself once it got to the top:

Then, of course, there was the infamous #DeadRaccoonTO:

It’s only a matter of time, Toronto…

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