The man, dressed in camouflage and apparently wearing a fake 'bomb', appeared to be on his way to a fancy dress party
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Doncaster North MP shot photographer a glare just as the Northern Line train pulled into Kentish Town station
Brave commuter was unaware the man's rant was part of a social experiment
Over 300 Londoners surprised passengers last year by getting their legs out for the event
Transport for London said the fault was fixed by 11am and the system was working as normal
Prices will be going up by around 1 per cent from 2 January, meaning there is little time left to get tickets at the lower prices
The number of Tube users of the station is likely to exceed 100m by the end of 2015, with rail passengers at almost the same level
'Because we are at the same station every day it can happen that a passenger gets fixated with a member of staff they see a lot.'
Imagine if a man came over and sat right next to you, in an otherwise empty carriage. You would interpret it as an act of aggression, and you would be right to.
The incident came after a Muslim student was allegedly thrown off a National Express coach because he 'looked shifty'
A total of 4.821 million people travelled on the Tube on 4 December
London commuters may be shocked after being told they should no longer 'stand on the right, walk on the left'. But, says Adam Lusher, there's method in this madness