London Underground: Human poo spotted on Piccadilly Line train triggers hilarious Facebook reaction
Human poo on the floor of a subway is a sight – and a smell – that you certainly don’t want to encounter on your travels in London.
But that’s exactly what the people of the Piccadilly Line must have experienced on Sunday (June 13).
It’s so grim that the Waterloo & City line, also known as the Drain, looks good in comparison.
A photo was uploaded to Facebook by Matei Barbu and sparked a bunch of hilarious responses on social media.
Her caption with the photo was “the Piccadilly line is pretty crap.”
Others in the comments also had fun playing with words.
“Normal service from S ** t London has now resumed,” said one.
Others have called it the “S ** tadilly line” and the “Bakerpoo line” – sometimes you have to like the Internet.
One person commented, “On the plus side, no one is going to eat stinky fast food in this car. “
One of them didn’t see the funny side at all and said, “Did anyone think some poor shit’s colostomy bag broke?”
“Maybe a burden for the rest of their life, but a price to pay for the life itself. Probably mortified about it… it’s for them as well as for the cleaners and all the passengers.”
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“I usually join in the jokes, but when you have seen a worthy person suffer the unexpected embarrassment of this situation, you have a different perspective.
“Well done to everyone who bothered to read to the end or who knows someone with colitis or bowel cancer. “
Whether you find it funny or not, we can all agree that it’s definitely not something you want to see on the subway on a Sunday afternoon.
What’s the worst thing you’ve experienced on the metro? Let us know in the comments here.