That's what you call an urban fox! Stunned commuter comes face-to-face with this cunning creature catching a ride on the Tube


Where does it put its Oyster card? The sneaky animal somehow sneaked on to the underground

A cunning fox has stunned London Underground passengers after calmly boarding a train and taking a seat.
The beast with blazing eyes was spotted brazenly hopping on to the near-empty Circle Line service late last night.
Pictures of its antics at Edgware Road station, in west London, were then posted on Twitter by both history student Harriet Horn, 19, and gadget expert Stephen Ebert, 27

Hop on board: The cheeky passenger ignores the 'no feet on the seats' rule

Stephen told MailOnline: 'The doors of the train opened and that's when I saw it. I thought something had gone between my legs and then realised there was a fox there.
'I think it was a young cub and it looked quite scared. I was quite surprised, it's not every day you see a fox on the Tube.'
University of Lincoln student Harriet, who was boarding the train to Wimbledon to visit her uncle, added: 'It just hopped on the carriage and then jumped onto one of the seats, walked around a bit and then it got off.

Cunning: Stephen Ebert's picture of the the fantastic fox on his Circle Line Tube train

'I'm not sure what happened next, I think it might have got on another carriage. I was a bit surprised! I'm from Norfolk and I see foxes there all the time, but normally in the fields - not on trains.'
It happened around 10.30pm and shortly after Stephen posted up the snap.
Harriet then posted her's saying: 'Sooo there was a fox on my Tube...'

Stephen Ebert's tweets show just how popular his pictures were after he posted his images of the fox on the Circle Line

To which Stephen, from West Ealing, west London, replied: 'Funny, that. There was a fox on my Tube, too!'
Harriet added: 'It was so cute. It hopped off and went into a hole (I think). It looked like it had gone to safety.'
Both pictures have since gone viral and been retweeted over and over again.
Stephen said later: 'I feel all popular! Even on Twitter, I've never been retweeted so many times in my life.'

source: dailymail