Man sends Facebook into meltdown by using train seat as a plate to eat meal

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A man stunned commuters when he sat down cross-legged on the floor and used a train seat as a plate.

The man, who was travelling in Perth, Australia, sat down on the floor of the train and used a fork to eat his meal.

He was wearing a black shirt, jeans, and trainers and was snapped by a concerned citizen who found the scene bizarre.

The individual appears to be eating his food out of a plastic container and a drink can be seen slightly to the right off-camera.

It also seems as though the man is care-free and doesn’t see anything wrong with what he is doing and even scrolls through his phone.

The picture was taken and posted to Facebook by The Bell Tower Times on Monday, March 1.

Alongside the snap, the caption read: "Improvise, adapt, overcome. Don't miss out on all those seat flavours".

It quickly went viral and the post has since been shared and liked thousands of times.

One person who follows the page said they don't like sitting on the seats, "let alone eating" off of them.

The comment read: "I don't like putting my a** on those seats, let alone eating my fricken beef rendang off them!"

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A second said: "Yum yum the taste of a**."

While a third quipped, "oh no, oh no no no no no," referencing the viral TikTok meme.

Regulars on Perth's transport system also chimed in and claimed it was just another typical day on Transperth.

One said: "Perth trains are great. I take my kids on them every time we are in Perth.

"Cheaper than the zoo."

Another said: "Definitely only a one star rating for facilities."

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