New York City-based prank collective Improv Everywhere, the group responsible for all sorts of crazy public shenanigans from the No Pants Subway ride to Frozen Grand Central and more, have just released their latest prank and it doesn’t disappoint.

This time, Improv Everywhere has turned a NYC Subway car into a “sleeper car” with founder Charlie Todd acting as the conductor.  The mission is explained on the Improv Everywhere site:

For our latest mission we converted a New York City subway car into a “sleeper car,” giving New Yorkers the chance to rest their heads during a late night commute.  We set up three beds, each outfitted with a comforter, pillow, and sheets.  Pajamas, sleep masks, and earplugs were also provided as part of this unauthorized free service.  The project took place on the above-ground N train in Astoria, Queens around midnight on a Sunday Evening.

This Improv Everywhere mission was part of a project in conjunction with the Guggenheim Museum called stillspotting nyc.  Check out the group’s other stillspotting nyc projects below.