You can now dress like a Melbourne train seat

Your best bet to dodge a Myki inspector.

Although slightly concerning as to what kind of ridiculous fashion trend this might stir up, we’re a little amused.

Someone, somewhere has decided to make t-shirts using the unusual pattern seen on the seats of many Melbourne trains, at the same time revealing a hidden message within the design. 

The shirts are available for purchase here and will cost you $38, which is roughly the cost of six Myki touch ons… 

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