London Underground expands to run overnight – here’s why you shouldn’t fall asleep on the Tube

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Janine Wiedel/REX Shutterstock (3182192a)  Falling asleep on the late night tube train  VARIOUS Don’t snooze on the Night Tube (Picture: Rex/Shutterstock)

Nights out in the capital are about to get a whole lot easier thanks to London Underground extending its service overnight.

But have you considered what will happen if you fall asleep on the Tube?

Set to be rolled out in the early hours of September 12, the Night Tube could save you a fortune on taxis and the embarrassment of trying to piece your evening together via mysterious Uber receipts.

While Transport for London say the move caters for ‘London’s 24-hour lifestyle by offering a round-the-clock service on Fridays and Saturdays’ – unfortunately they can’t cater to drunk you falling asleep on the tube.

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Fear not sleepy (intoxicated) travellers, for we’ve got your back.

While you will be able to hitch a ride on the Jubilee, Victoria and the majority of the Central, Northern and Piccadilly lines –…

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