I am glad I don’t have to go through this every day on the way to work. It’s a good thing pickpocketing is not very common in Japan. To me, there is something entirely wrong with our society when this is necessary.
Here is another view of the same problem from another side of the world.
I get a kick out of the clusters of people hanging onto the doors.
An then, of course, there is this “Train Market” where I would love to by my vegetables every day:
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Awful! HongKong was like that in 1986 when I worked there. I have a funny story about it – tell you one day.