We want to hear about your most awkward encounters while riding SEPTA

SEPTA hybrid

You might have heard of SEPTA Love Stories, the contest SEPTA holds to find people who have found their loved one while riding a bus or a train or trolley.

That’s nice and all, but we want to hear something different. Will you tell us about your awkward and weird and bizarre SEPTA stories?

Maybe someone once barfed a little on your foot. Maybe a child called you mommy and tried to get off the train with you. Maybe your bag got caught in the door on the bus and hung outside for a stop while your things kinda flopped around.

Maybe something even more awkward or weird happened to you. Tell us about the experiences. Everything is anonymous once we publish them, but do leave us some contact information so we can get in touch if we have any other questions. And follow along with Billy Penn — we’ll publish the stories within the next few weeks.

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