A subway fare now costs you an arm and a leg — and maybe your head.
A woman’s head was stuck in the closed doors of a subway car, and a bystander recorded the helpless woman as people walk along the subway platform seemingly unaware.
The unidentified woman — seen looking around and holding a shopping bag — was on the No. 4 train Tuesday around 12:45 p.m. as it arrived at the Woodlawn station in the Bronx, MTA officials said.
The train was making its final stop, and everyone else had emptied out when the woman realized she’d arrived.
She ran to get out of the car before the doors closed, but was only able to get her noggin out in time.
Someone sitting on a train across the platform recorded the incident, and the video made its way around the internet.
While it’s unclear who made the video, it received thousands of comments after an Instagram account, @theshaderoom, posted the video on Wednesday.
Many commenters shamed commuters for not lending a hand — particularly an MTA worker seen walking past who later helped the woman.
“The fact that there was an MTA working that walked right passed her makes it worse but hey welcome to NY,” user @Silence_byk_photography wrote.
But the MTA told the Daily News the worker was a train operator on her way to tell the conductor to open the subway doors.
What the video doesn’t capture, however, is that the MTA operator then used a key to open the door and free the woman, according to the agency.
She then asked the temporarily entrapped woman if she needed medical help, which she declined.
"While this is an unfortunate incident, the passenger was able to get out safely with assistance from our train operator,” said MTA spokeswoman Beth DeFalco. “Because the doors were ajar, the train was never in danger of moving.”