KEN Livingstone has been reason adhering his feet in a tube doorway – holding adult a other passengers.
The former London Mayor was afterwards confronted by a mad member of staff, who told him “you should know better”.
Mr Livingstone, whose former purpose saw him in assign of a London Underground, reason adult a use for dual mins during Willesden Junction in north west London, videos on amicable media showed.
In a mad confrontation, he said: “You’re perplexing to pull me over. Open and let me get on. Let me get on”.
The irritated TFL staffer responded: “Ken Livingstone we should know improved than this.”
Red Ken was indicted of loitering other people removing to work in a waggish amicable media post.
A Twitter user during a stage said: “Ken Livingstone motionless to reason adult a sight since he intentionally stranded his feet in when a doorway was blatantly closing.
“Now I’m going to be late for work.
“He positively should know improved there was a sight literally behind watchful during a hindrance since of his f***ry.”
The former personality of a Greater London Council had his face partially lonesome by a headband in a video, though was still recognisable.
The video was also posted by Conservative celebration authority James Cleverly.
He said: “Please do not share this video of Ken Livingstone cheering during a member of TfL staff and loitering people removing to work.”
Twitter was discerning to make fun of a 74-year-old, with a flurry of jokes about his countless gaffes and remarks.
One said: “Ken puts his feet in it again”.
Another joked: “One tube workman speaks for a nation.”
Mr Livingstone was mayor of London from 2000 to 2008, and quit a Labour Party final year after being indicted of anti-Semitism.
After a annoying incident, Mr Livingstone pronounced “it happens”.
He continued: “You mostly get reason by a doors shutting on you.
“But we have never in all my life regulating a Tube not famous a motorist to immediately open a door.”
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