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A nude man has caused a stir on a packed Melbourne train.
The video, posted to the Lilydale Line Facebook page, shows passengers on the Frankston Line loudly cheering a nude man, as he runs through a train, before completing a long slip’n’slide down the aisle of the busy carriage.
The short video, posted to the Lilydale Line Facebook page, shows the naked passenger, as he gets up from his seat while other passengers cheer him on and film him on their phones.
As the man covers his genitals with a single hand, he makes his way to the back of the carriage, as the passengers cheer and scream wildly.
He then gets a small run up, before hurling himself onto the wet floor of the carriage, sliding down the length of the train on his stomach as passengers continue cheering him.
He is then shown briefly running back through the carriage, as passengers give him high-fives.
“This is what it means to be Australian,” The Lilydale Line commented under the post, gathering a further 733 likes from their followers, and a torrent of strangely patriotic reactions to the nudie run.
The man was cheered on by his fellow commuters. Source: Lilydale LineSource:Facebook
The man slid through the wetted down carriage on his stomach. Source: Lilydale LineSource:Facebook
The passengers cheered the man on as he slipped through the carriage.Source:Facebook
It's not clear what sparked the event.Source:Facebook
“I love my country,” another man wrote.
“How good is Australia?” a woman asked.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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