Twerking on the subway tracks? A phrase you'd never thought you'd see, or hear - but you have, and it happened.A video uploaded to YouTube on Monday (November 25, 2013) showed two women twerking on the subway tracks - apparently in New York.

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"One word, dumb," said Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman Kevin Ortiz, who believes the clip was shot on the 8th Avenue rapid transit line, where trains run throughout the night and every five minutes during the day. One viewer on YouTube suggested it could also have been shot at Fordham Road station in the Bronx.

Though presumably unharmed, the women - one of whom is heard shouting "no face" during the video - demonstrate the absolute pinnacle of idiocy. Not only were they in obvious danger of being hit by a train, the women were just inches from the third rail, which is used to power trains and usually carries a standard 625 volts.

The video has thus far received over 60,000 views on YouTube and is on the verge of going viral.

Twerking first gained notoriety after the pop star Miley Cyrus just KEPT DOING IT. It reached new heights when she controversially twerked on Robin Thicke during a bizarre performance at the MTV Video Music Awards in September.

According to a recent report by the New York magazine, the number of people struck and killed by trains so far in 2013 is "on pace to set a grim new mark."

"If the current trend holds, more people will die along the rail and subway authority's thousands of miles of tracks in 2013 than in any year going back to at least 2008," the article reads, "A total of 84 people died on the tracks in 2012, making it the deadliest full year in the last five."