Diesel sullies New York Transit Museum too
It turns out the Brooklyn Law School library wasn't the only New York City location to be overrun recently by underwear-clad Diesel models rubbing their privates on everything. The New York Transit Museum also hosted some unsavory Diesel activity, giving its decommissioned subway cars more action than they've seen in a while. The New York Post story linked above includes a quote from MTA spokesman Aaron Donovan, who defended the shoot, saying it was "closed to the public, and it provided revenue needed to help keep the museum operating." If the models did leave any DNA behind, it's surely nothing compared to what's in your typical active subway car. More images from the Transit Museum shoot after the jump.
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