Victim of tube rage gets ultimate revenge- when offending commuter turns up for job interview

This guy is probably wishing he was a bit nicer to his fellow commuters…


by Jack White |
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Anybody who has traveled on the London Underground will know: some people are really rude.

It’s not uncommon to leave a tube wishing you could get some kind of revenge on the person who pushed you out of the way so that they could get on.

And HR executive Matt Buckland got to serve up the biggest dish of karma to the commuter who told him to “go f*ck” himself.

Taking to Twitter to reveal the satisfying story, Matt said: “Karma – the guy who pushed past me on the tube and then suggested I go F myself just arrived for his job interview… with me…”

Matt told BuzzFeed: “I explained I was getting off too but he pushed past and then looked back and suggested I might like to go f*ck myself.”

We be that guy is kicking himself now because, unsurprisingly, he didn’t get the job.

But Matt insisted their encounter on the tube had nothing to do with the candidate being unsuccessful.

He tweeted: “He wasn’t right for our role, but not because of the tube thing. Everyone gets mad on the underground.”

When asked if he told the interviewee, he said: “I hinted at it and eventually he realised. Laughed it off and carried on. The tube makes everyone cranky.”

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