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Police shut down a full-on rave on the Bakerloo line last night

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Ever have one of those days where you’re heading home on the tube, ready to watch some ‘Better Call Saul’, and suddenly a drum ‘n’ bass rave erupts in your tube carriage?

That’s what happened to Bakerloo line commuters last night, some of whom found themselves surrounded by a pop-up rave with disco lights, a sound system and train-ravers flailing their arms in the air (like they just don't care). In a YouTube video captured by one of the passengers, MC Harry Shotta can be heard revving up the cosy crowd: “drum ‘n’ bass on the Underground right now!”. 

 


The party came to an end at around 10.45pm when the British Transport Police were called to put the micro-rave to an end. Thankfully the BTP seemed pretty chill about the whole thing: 

 

 

The event was the work of YouTube pranksters Troll Station, and you can see their official video below:

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