Give it a year and the subway will be renting as a $20,000 wedding hall.
Breakdancers and mariachi bands are apparently no longer the subway's biggest source of disruption/entertainment; the Daily News was present this weekend as a young couple, Hector Irakliotis, 26, and Tatyana Sandler, 25, said their vows on the N train while crossing over the Manhattan Bridge into Manhattan. A new spin on those god-awful destination weddings?
This was no spur-of-the moment, rush job, either -- the groom and his groomsmen boarded the train first at Kings Highway, as he announced to the crowd, "Everyone, hi. I have an announcement to make... I am going to be getting married in 20 minutes". The bride (gown at all) and her maid of honor then got on at 36th St, and "City Love" by John Mayer played from the best man's iPhone as she walked down the aisle, weaving past subway poles.