Trivia: Japanese "Pushers" Squeeze People Into Overcrowded Trains

In Japan's, oshiyas or "pushers" are employed to squeeze people onto the overcrowded subway and train cars.

They also perform the job of a "puller-off," pulling off passengers who try to get on the train too late or when the train is too full.

Why, there's a YouTube video clip of the oshiyas in action - Thanks Christophe!

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