Tube driver has commuters howling with commentary approaching ‘dreaded’ stations

A London Tube driver has delivered a cheeky, light-hearted commentary to commuters on board the busy Northern Line.

TikToker Lucas Jefcoate enjoyed the hilarious announcement so much that he stayed for another three stops after he was meant to get off.

He shared some of the best bits in a video, where the operator can be heard saying: "Come on everyone, jump aboard. Choo-choo!

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"Don't worry, I'm not going to shut the door on your buggy.

"Any more? Any more? Right, let's bounce!

"This train is for all stations through to Morden. But first we have the dreaded Clapham to get through, dreaded because there are so blooming many of them."

The train driver informs the passengers the name of the next stop via the PA system but she quickly gets confused.

She says: "The next station will be Clapham North, then Clapham South…no that's not right, hahaha.

"Clapham North, then Clapham Common, and then Clapham South."

When the train goes back to central London, she advises people that there is a restricted lift service at Borough station.

But commutersare again left in stitches when she gets confused by the pronunciation of the word and says: "Borough…borrow? Burrow? Borough?"

The TFL worker was later revealed to be 42-year-old Sarah Chipperfield, who is also known as "thetrainmummy" on TikTok.

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During Christmas, she brought joy to miserable workers with an improvised Christmas jingle while telling people to "mind the doors".

She said: "I think that bringing smiles to the faces of our customers and train operators sharing their personalities is part and parcel of what operating trains on the London Underground is all about.

"I’m on the frontline of a world-class service – it brings immense pride to be able to do what I do and to wear the roundel, and that reflects in my efforts to give back to the city of London by spreading some joy to our customers."

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