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Proof of the credit crunch…

The global economic catastrophe gets too much for the banking community

The global economic catastrophe gets too much for the banking community

Let me be clear with you, this is no photoshopped miracle. I took this from inside a Jubilee line train on Sunday, March 8.
There are a number of reasons why this picture is hard to believe.
Firstly, this sign is on the rail-side (as opposed to platform-side) of Canary Wharf station. Therefore someone must have risked life and limb between on-coming trains in order to get the shoe on there.
Secondly, the platform at Canary Wharf station is cordoned off from the tracks by sliding doors which only open when a train stops. So someone must have prised the doors open, and then risked life and limb between on-coming trains in order to get the shoe on there.
Either a daredevil stunt artist is having a laugh, or this is the final macabre  act of defiance by a member of the banking community made redundant as a result of the economic meltdown. Giving Canary Wharf “the boot” so to speak…
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