SouthWest Trains stick it to London commuters
I use the Farnborough Hampshire rail station - operated SouthWest trains - to go to London," says Bitterwallet reader Rishi. "For the London side of the station you have to go across a bridge, with a set of stairs to get onto the bridge and another to get off."
"They've not been repaired for years and years, although the number of passengers has risen dramatically," continues Rishi. "Rather than repair and maintain the safety of the stairs they've simply put these stickers all over the stairs:"
"What a nice way to pass all the blame onto the passenger who might fall and break a bone on stairs that are already dangerous in dry weather and worse during rain and snow. Profits before safety - would you expect anything less from SouthWest Trains?"