Discussing how he tried to break up the altercation, he added: “I said, ‘Hey hey, it’s ok. Stop.’ And he said, “Who the hell are you anyway?!’ And I said, “I’m a trainspotter just like you.’ And he said, ‘No you’re not, you’re a TikTok t**t.’”
“I felt like I’d just taken a 50 calibre bullet to my chest,” he added.
The engineering student from northwest London has become one of the most popular figures on TikTok since the pandemic. He boasts millions of followers on the video platform after he resumed his hobby during lockdown.