Seasoned commuters will know there are many things a person should never do on a tube – you don’t take up too much space, hold the doors open, push past people, shove your bag/elbow/newspaper [delete as appropriate] in your fellow tube sufferer’s face… the list goes on.
Yet, still *some people* continue to practise this bad behaviour on the tube – so many so, we probably all know an offender, and more than likely have been the cause of the problem ourselves more than once.
— uıɐssnɥ uoɹɐɐ (@darthaaron) May 7, 2014
Thus, I’ve created an Audioboo playlist of people’s stories about #tubeetiquette to find out what issues grind the most on people.
I spoke to a daily commuter to Heathrow, someone who commutes from York to London for business once a month, and a Canadian new to London, all about their experiences.
But what’s the worst behaviour you’ve seen on the tube? Tweet us with the hashtag #tubeetiquette.
Also, if you need a reminder of good tube etiquette, or know somebody who you think does, check our our earlier article on this topic – ‘Don’t be a twat – tube etiquette posters revisited’.