If you’ve ever ridden on the GO Train during the evening rush hour, you know how chaotic it can be getting out of the parking lot once you arrive.
You feel a momentary sense of panic as you bound down the station steps dodging foot traffic, rushing to get to your vehicle before the other commuters.
And more often than not, you’re stuck in a traffic jam alongside other frustrated drivers, who would do just about anything to get home and relax after a long day at work.
It’s this concept that’s the focus of a comical new YouTube video that’s set in the style of a nature documentary. It shows GO Train commuters racing to their cars during rush hour like wild animals, complete with a David Attenborough-esque narrator.
The video, which is titled The Runners, was published on April 14 and has already racked up nearly 14,000 views.
Throughout the two-minute video, The Runners hilariously shows how transit riders often sprint from the station in order to get to their cars to get out of the parking lot before their fellow commuters.
Chances are, you’re guilty of being a runner at some point in your life. Watch the video below and see for yourself.