I don’t care if you are a cat: no ticket, no riding the train

Hilarious moment cat gets escorted off a high-speed train after being caught on board ‘without a ticket’

  • Viral footage shows the furry passenger being carried off the carriage in China
  • The feline sneaked onto a high-speed train, seemingly trying to hitch a free ride
  • But it was spotted by a railway worker who caught it ‘travelling without a ticket’
  • The cat is seen walking on its hind legs with tiny steps while being escorted 

By EMILIA JIANG FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 06:19 EDT, 12 October 2020 | UPDATED: 07:19 EDT, 12 October 2020

Viral footage has captured the moment a cat was escorted off a train after the furry passenger was spotted ‘travelling without a ticket’.

The feline, believed to be a stray, sneaked onto a high-speed train in China yesterday, seemingly trying to hitch a free ride.

After being caught red-handed, the animal is seen trotting on its hind legs with tiny steps as it was carried out of the carriage by a railway officer.Moment cat ‘without a ticket’ is removed from high-speed trainIt was spotted by a railway worker who caught it 'travelling without a ticket'

The cat is seen walking on its hind legs with tiny steps while being escorted

A cat was escorted off a train after the furry passenger was spotted ‘travelling without a ticket’. The feline sneaked onto the carriage in China, seemingly trying to hitch a free ride

Millions of Chinese social media users were amused by the scene captured by a passenger in north-western Chinese region Inner Mongolia on Sunday.

The woman wrote in her post jokingly that the furry traveller had been ‘forced to leave the train after refusing to buy a ticket’.

In the video, the stray cat is seen wandering around the carriage before being picked up by a male on-board officer.

The man held up the animal’s body, leading it towards the train door, as the furry passenger walked on its hind legs while being escorted.

After removing the ‘unruly traveller’, the worker then placed the cat back onto the platform.Viral footage shows the furry passenger being carried off the carriage in China

The feline sneaked onto a high-speed train, seemingly trying to hitch a free ride

Millions of Chinese social media users were amused by the scene captured by a passenger in north-western Chinese region Inner Mongolia on Sunday. The woman wrote in her post jokingly that the furry traveller had been ‘forced to leave the train after refusing to buy a ticket’The man held up the animal’s body, leading it towards the train door

It remains unclear how the Chinese station dealt with the animal following the incident

The video amused millions of Chinese social media users who thought the furry passenger’s behaviour was ‘adorable’ and ‘hilarious’. But other netizens voiced their concerns for the animal as they believed it had been a pet cat that got lost or abandoned by its owner

It remains unclear how the Chinese station dealt with the animal following the incident.

The video amused millions of Chinese social media users who thought the cat’s behaviour was ‘adorable’ and ‘hilarious’.

One commenter wrote: ‘Hahaha this is too adorable. Look at the way it was walking with choppy steps.’

Another one replied: ‘The cat must thought it could pay for a ticket with its overloading cuteness.’

But other netizens voiced their concerns for the animal as they believed it had been a pet cat that got lost or abandoned.

One user said: ‘The cat is very well-groomed, it’s definitely a pet cat. A stray cat would not even let you touch it, let alone being held. I think it was either lost or dumped by its owner. Did they just leave it there at the train station?Pet cat called Hundreds of Thousands fights own reflection in mirror

‘The video might have made people laugh online, but in reality, the cat is probably still living on the streets .’

Another agreed: ‘This is not funny at all. What happened to the cat afterwards? Can’t they do a bit more and find it a safe place to stay?’

The viral footage comes another cat in China has been filmed having a scuffle with her worst enemy – her reflection in the mirror.

The feisty two-year-old British shorthair, named Qian Wan or ‘Hundreds of Thousands’, suddenly became hostile after seeing herself in the reflector for the first time in a widely-shared video.

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