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Someone started a rave on a London tube

Someone started a rave on a London tube
Trollstation are a YouTube channel who cross the line between winding people up for fun and getting arrested and going to prison (really, some did). Today, however, we bring you some genuine comedy gold. Ever been on a London tube train? Trollstation started a rave on one.
 
Yes, with a light show, a drum and bass soundsystem, and even MC Harry Shotta, Trollstation brought rave culture to the Bakerloo line for a few stops before the police closed them down, but in a sensible manner (Trollstation thanked the cops for being decent about it). The Bakerloo line saw the funny side, tweeting “We’ve just removed a fully fledged rave from a Bakerloo Line tube! All light hearted and very co-operative. #Bakerloo running normally.”
 
Here’s an eyewitness from the Evening Standard: “I just stumbled across it. I was on my way back to university on the Bakerloo line to Marylebone. I got on and there was multicoloured lights and a sound system on the carriage. Everyone was enjoying it and only took up part of one carriage so I didn’t see any real disruption. It was only on it for two or three stops but everyone seemed to be enjoying it. It was very different to any Tube I’ve been on before.”
 
And here’s the all important video:
 

 
 

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