Anorak News | Tube Worker Morbin Resigns Over Customer Attack: Video

Tube Worker Morbin Resigns Over Customer Attack: Video

by | 26th, October 2009

tube-workerMIND the gap in your career, Ian Morbin, the customer service assistant who has handed in his resignation over an incident at Holborn Tube station on 15 October.

Mr Morbin fund cause to, apparently, threaten/promises to “sling” a passenger “under the train”.

Mr Morbin has apologised. Transport for London calls his behaviour “unacceptable“.

In the video, Mr Morbin is heard calling a “customer” “a jumped up little git” and “little girl”.

A statement tells us:

“Mr Ian Morbin, a Customer Service Assistant at Holborn Tube station, has advised London Underground that he wishes to resign for personal reasons.”

The moment was filmed by businessman Jonathan McDonald, and is repeated here by way of a training video for would-be Tube employees and anyone thinking of venturing down into the darkness where time stands still…


Anorak calls for passengers to be equipped with full union rights so that we can walk out should this happen again.


Posted: 26th, October 2009 | In: Strange But True Comment | TrackBack | Permalink