Anthony Weiner may have spent the first day of his mayoral campaign hiding at home (and sending pizzas to camped-out reporters) but he's out in the wild today. One New Yorker spotted him on the R train this morning.

Reader David tells us that he noticed Weiner on the uptown train at 14th Street, "He was chatting it up with the guy next to him and people across and had a couple of photographers with him." Weiner got off at 42nd Street—all the better to transfer for the 2 or 3 train for his first official campaign stop in Harlem!

While many voters have very mixed feelings about Weiner trying to resurrect his political career after his spectacular Congressional exit over his crotch shot Tweet and other social media oversharing, he does have the power to unsettle the current mayoral field. Capital New York points out, "Council Speaker Christine Quinn, for example, hovered over 30 percent in polls without Weiner, theoretically within reach (if just about everything broke her way) of the 40-percent threshold to avoid that run-off. With Weiner, she's mired in the mid-20s."

Reader David, who took the photograph, told us, "I'll probably be voting for Quinn but I feel [the] picture scandal in the past makes no difference to me, and I really don't see that as an issue. He was just stupid lying about it."