Yesterday afternoon, a man was photographed on the TTC subway's Bloor line dressed in unusual garb. Onlookers were equally confused and amused by the passenger's extravagant hat, seemingly constructed of tin foil and shredded coloured paper. Also by his eccentric jacket, adorned in crosses and a picture of Jesus Christ.\nREAD ALSO: Huge Group Of Toronto Teens Commit Mass TTC Fare Evasion And Get Away With It (VIDEO)\nHe was also carrying a black briefcase on his lap and flipped through a book as he rode the train. "Toronto's finest", one user commented on a picture of the "Tinfoil Man" that was posted on Reddit early Friday morning. The man seated next to him, however, seems unimpressed.\nREAD ALSO: Toronto Commuter Has Backpack Torn Off After Getting Hooked By A Passing VIA Rail Train\n"I see this guy sometimes at the GoodLife at Don Mills and Eglinton. Always on the elliptical" commented another user.\nVia Alanelian | Reddit\n"THE END TIMES ARE UPON US" another Reddit user joked. Other commenters remarked that the man is "probably an exorcist", and accused him of being "creepy" and performing "voodoo". Some spectators regarded the situation a bit more seriously, however, questioning if the man required some sort of "mental health assistance".\nThe TTC is no stranger to its fair share of unusual passengers. Who can forget the smoky-eyed raccoon that hopped on the subway at Spadina station back in 2016?\nFun ride on ttc this morning @CP24 pic.twitter.com/eGEZCykxZG\n— Tatyana Marayeva (@TMarayeva) February 2, 2016\nOr in 2010, the pigeon who knew exactly at which stop it needed to get off?\nREAD ALSO: A Definitive Ranking Of The Oddest Animal Appearances On The TTC In Toronto\nAnd how could we ever forget the transit rider on the 47 Landsdowne bus who was spotted carrying a 30-gallon drum of Cinnabon frosting?\nThis man was spotted on a Toronto bus carrying a 30 gallon drum of Cinnabon frosting. Dreams DO come true. - @marymegahy pic.twitter.com/IJTNAHnh3v\n— 977 ROCK (@977rockGP) May 1, 2017\nThanks for making our commutes that much more interesting, Toronto!