We all went to Tube, thinking that no one was watching us – but we are not all members of Parliament.
Diane Abbott was forced to apologize after being caught in the act at London Overground while sipping a can of Mojito M & S.
While many defended the ghost interior secretary to "enjoy life" while drinking on the train, she actually broke the law on alcohol consumption in public transportation.
And as always, when a member does something wrong, the Internet is effective.
Louis Staples decided to turn the politician into every M & S canned cocktail, and the result was a huge success on Twitter.
Diane Abbott in M & S Canned Cocktails: A Thread pic.twitter.com/BYsJJnxIxP
– Louis Staples (@LouisStaples) April 20, 2019
Frankie Magpie found the threat glorious and wrote: "It's sunny, I went to the garden center and thought that today nothing could be better, so I came here.
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Paul Dennis congratulated Louis and said, "A remarkable job. Give this man a prize. Summer exhibition? Turner Prize? '
Jemma Bailey said, "This is the top 10 political topics I have ever read."
The Labor MP traveled to Twitter after the photo was posted online and said, "A photo of me drinking in a M & S mojito canister on the Overground was distributed.
"I am sincerely sorry for drinking on TFL."
And many rushed to support the abbot, while his fellow worker David Lammy answered: "Jah Rastafari! Sorry or what? Why is rum not Jamaican? "
Labor MP Alex Sobel said, "I've never seen a sign saying you can not drink at London Overground! I did not know you could not.
The therapist and writer Philippa Perry said, "Oh, man. We all did it. Anyway, thank you for traveling on the subway as most people have to do. "
Dawn Foster hit the person taking the picture and said, "If you're the" retired policeman "who stung the virus on Diane Abbott, contact me so I can throw your head to be a nerd. "
Mollie Goodfellow said, "Imagine being Diane Abbott sobbing to drink a can in the train."
On June 1, 2008, alcohol consumption in London's public transportation became illegal under the supervision of former London mayor Boris Johnson.
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The ban on alcohol included metro, metro, metro and tram services, as well as train stations.
You are allowed to drink on the train.
Johnson said at the time: "I am determined to improve the safety of public transport in London and create a better environment for the millions of Londoners who depend on it"
Of course, you are also allowed to carry closed alcohol containers.