If you've ever ridden the subway in New York, then you already know that some pretty weird things happen underground -- like this teenager who licked an entire subway rail or this woman who gave herself a sponge bath in a subway car.
This week was no different, when a man on the 1 Train gleefully belted out the lyrics to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." YouTube user Amal Doleh, who uploaded the video on Jan. 9, explained in the clip's description that the unidentified man burst into song "after drinking a giant can of beer."
Sporting chunky black headphones, the man stumbles through the lyrics and strums madly on the air guitar as other straphangers appear to pay him no notice.
"Bohemian Rhapsody" may be a favorite of New York commuters. In August, travelers on a Manhattan-bound L train started a sing-a-long to the Queen classic around 3 a.m.
But the honor of the best rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody" still belongs to the Canadian man who sang the entire song in the back of a police car.
Watch the video above.