The man was seen riding on the outside of a New York City subway. Rene Cyrille, a passenger riding inside the car, captured the stunt on his cellphone.
Cyrille said the stuntman hung on through two stops and even communicated with the people on the train.
"Throughout the whole time he's riding, he's like, 'Shhh, shhh, don't tell nobody.' Honestly, I was just saying I hope this guy don't fall. It's like 2:00 in the morning and I'm trying to get home. So if he falls, who knows what would happen," said Cyrille.
Someone alerted the conductor about the "Subway Surfer," but the stuntman was gone when authorities arrived.