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London Underground staff staged a 24 hour walk-out on Sunday evening, leaving the capital in travel chaos on Monday morning.
Obviously, this led to many people having hellish commutes, a few were still able to find the funny side. Especially on social media.
I'm not saying my journey to work has been epic, but Peter Jackson would be looking at 7 movies, minimum. — Phil de Semlyen (@Phil de Semlyen)
Clapham Junction is a very similar scene to when the Titanic is sinking & they're trying to get everyone onto the lifeboats #TubeStrike #TfL — gabriella sylvia (@gabriella sylvia)
Actual scenes at Clapham Junction this morning.
(But be careful what you tweet, guys)
Leicester Square is so full of Ubers this morning it's like a Toyota Prius convention. #TubeStrike — Chris Parsons (@Chris Parsons)
*12 buses, 6 Ubers, crawls the final 2 streets*
Colleague: how was your journey in?
Me: yeah, not bad thanks.
@SoVeryBritish #TubeStrike — Jamie McCormack (@Jamie McCormack)
Scenes at Waterloo: #TubeStrike https://t.co/GjXIzFmC7q — Mike Freeman (@Mike Freeman)
#TubeStrike drivers be like. https://t.co/dvgjY2s97a — Elisabeth Anderson 💉💉💉 (@Elisabeth Anderson 💉💉💉)
Good luck getting home tonight, everyone!
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