A mother's social experiment is a big hit online.
FOX's Krystin Goodwin has the details:
A pregnant woman in New York City gaining online fame after awarding the first man who gave her his subway seat a bronze trophy.
38-year-old Yvonne Lin is pregnant with her second child and says while many women offer their seats on the train, men don't.
She created a tiny statue. Its a hulk-like man shredding his shirt while flexing his muscles. It reads "#1 decent dude. First man to offer subway seat to pregnant woman throughout two pregnancies."
Lin says she carried the trophy around every day for eight months until finally one man, a 34-year-old Army veteran offered her his subway seat.
She shared a photo of the man with the trophy on Instagram. The man says he was just "doing the right thing".
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I'm about 8ish months preggers (again) and I look it. I've been gradually coming to the conclusion that men suck. I didn't get a single subway seat offered to me by a man throughout my first pregnancy. So for the second pregnancy, I had this made and I've been carrying it around everyday - till last Friday. This guy is the winner! #subway #nyc #pregnant #socialexperiment