Someone’s created new signs for Night Tube etiquette

The Night Tube arrived on the Central and Victoria lines weekend and overall it’s been a success.

But with the extra dose of people tanked up on alcohol and the higher-than-normal levels of people eating food on the tube there are calls for new etiquette rules.

Thankfully, the Night Tube Notices Team (not an official team or anything to do with London Underground or Transport for London whatsoever) has got our backs.

They’ve come up with some alternative signs to make sure everyone has a pleasant journey.

Liv and Bryn who are behind the stickers said: ‘Friday 19th marked the first day of the night tube, but we saw a problem. The day time rules don’t apply on a midnight underground train, so we decided we’d something about it.

‘We created a whole batch of new signs, called Night Tube Notices, and put them out in London to inform people how to behave on TFL’s new service.’

Nobody needs to hear that racket

New signs for Night Tube services

Most of us need this reminder from time to time

New signs for Night Tube services

If you’re not spinning, the room definitely is

New signs for Night Tube services

Got that? No trouble!

Night tube etiquette signs

Disney songs are okay

Night tube etiquette signs

You repeat yourself when you’re drunk

Night tube etiquette signs

Get a room!

Night tube etiquette signs

Don’t be a square

Night tube etiquette signs

Pole dancing will not be tolerated

Night tube etiquette signs

Give way to those who cna brleay funciotn

Night tube etiquette signs

There’s always a cone

Night tube etiquette signs

Do NOT break the seal on the Night TubeNight tube etiquette signs