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Sunday, January 13, 2013

All aboard the sleeper train! The commuters so tired they can sleep in the most extraordinarily uncomfortable positions

By EMMA REYNOLDS

Twitter feed Sleepy Commuters publishes pictures of knackered workers snoring their way through journeys on trains, buses and Tubes. Exhausted passengers are seen sleeping in a variety of extraordinary positions - slumped almost out of a seat, lying on the ground and even with a nose mashed against a pole. Other entries include a man exposing his stomach and another dozing with his head on a sleeping woman's chest.

Well trained: The amusing pictures of prone passengers show people can sleep in some remarkable positions

Users are invited to share their best images of anyone they have caught napping.
Exhausted passengers are seen sleeping in a variety of extraordinary positions - slumped almost out of a seat, lying on the ground and even with a nose mashed against a pole.

Snooze Tube: These London Underground users expose rather more of themselves than intended

Other entries include a man exposing his hairy stomach and another dozing with his head on a sleeping woman's chest.
The brilliant photos show that if you are tired enough, you really will sleep anywhere.
One man manages to catch 40 winks despite having his head on the ground and his feet up in the air.
Another seems to be suspended between two sets of seats.
In one image, a transport worker is seen trying to wake a commuter who has collapsed on to the ground.

Cheap hotel: This hoodie-wearing train traveller makes himself comfortable in a carpeted corner, with a drink to hand in case he wakes up thirsty

The page has gained more than 30,000 fascinated followers after just 43 tweets.
Its blurb simply reads: 'All the best sleepy commuters in one place. Send us in your best pictures and they may be published - what's not to like? Train, Bus, etc...'
Short, jokey comments are added to each photo, including 'gold', 'oh dear' and 'this is slightly strange.'

source : dailymail



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