Behold the train that was late EVERY SINGLE TIME last year
If you have an annual season ticket, this train costs you £4,068 and, according to reports, this particular train - the 7.29am from the Sussex coast to London Victoria - was late for every single journey last year.
If you commute on the 7.14am from Brighton to London, that service only got in on-time only once a fortnight last year. The 7.44am train got in on-time once a week. So if you've been using these services to get into work and your boss has called you a liar, show them this article.
Then karate chop them in the throat for not believing you.
Across the country, 65% of trains were on time, with the best performances found in Chiltern. Barely half of Southern trains were punctual, which isn't good enough.
A spokesman for Southern said: "We acknowledge that the performance of the 7.29am Brighton to London Victoria service has been particularly disappointing. Although we're working hard to improve its performance, its planned path is extremely tight because the network is so busy."
Busy or not, if you're paying over four grand for a season ticket, you'd expect the service to be on-time at least once in a year.