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New York City subway workers created a “man cave” at Grand Central Terminal to get drunk and watch Tfue

Three subway workers have been caught and suspended for creating a “man cave” and using it to drink, hang out, and watch their favourite streamer.

Work can be a drag, and sometimes there’s nothing one can want more than to crack open a cold beer and watch their favourite streamer. But while the thought of doing it at work is a passing one for most people, three subway workers in New York City took matters into their own hands and made it a reality.
After receiving a series of complaints, an inspector who works for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority discovered that three Metro-North Railroad employees converted a room at Grand Central Terminal into their personal “man cave” and were using it to “hang out and get drunk and party.”

The room was complete with a fridge, a microwave, a futon couch, and a large screen television with a streaming device. There were even half-consumed beers found in said fridge and the garbage.

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(Picture: MTA Office of the Inspector General)

But that’s not all. When the inspector found the television, it was still showing the trios' favourite stream. And as it turns out, they were big fans of Turner Ellis “Tfue” Tenney, whose face and logo even featured in the photos used in the official report.

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(Picture: MTA Office of the Inspector General)

Of course, it’s all well and good to poke a bit of fun at the situation. However, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has taken it very seriously, and they’ve suspended the three men without pay until the investigation is resolved and an adequate punishment has been decided.

Tfue was quick to comment on the news, and although he was short on words, he was clearly delighted. “F**king legends,” he said. 

 

It’s no surprise that Tfue was the streamer of choice for the three employees. After all, he is immensely popular with more than 9 million followers on Twitch and 12 million subscribers on YouTube.

Sadly, they’ll have to watch him at home from now on, but hopefully, they’ll find a better balance between work and life and be reinstated down the line.

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