Passengers stared in disbelief after a woman unwrapped a cheese triangle and made herself a salami sandwich on a packed London Underground train.
The late-night commuter peels open a a block of Laughing Cow as she builds her pungent snack in front of giggling onlookers.
The girl is totally engrossed in her creation and is unaware of other passengers watching her as she prepares to tuck into her food in the busy carriage.
A man sitting next to her struggles to contain is laughter and she sits with the sandwich on her lap.
The girl is engrossed in her creation and is unaware of other passengers watching her, and a man sitting next to her struggles to contain his laughter
But after a few seconds, the woman, who is wearing headphones, looks up and realises that she is attracting some attention.
One fellow traveller said: ‘This is probably one of the best things I’ve ever seen at one in the morning.
‘This girl got out a fresh loaf of bread, a packet of deli ham, Laughing Cow cheese triangles and made a sandwich on the tube.’
The video is believed to have been filmed on a Piccadilly Line train.
After a few seconds, the woman, who is wearing headphones, looks up and realises that she is attracting some attention.
But others said they saw no issue with someone making food on a train.
One wrote online: ‘I don’t really see anything wrong with this to be honest.
Another said: ‘What, she was hungry. Chill out people.’ and one user added: ‘That’s a weird looking kitchen.’
Eating on the London Underground has divides opinion, and has been the subject of much debate in recent years.
Two of the images that appeared on Facebook page ‘Women who eat on the Tube’
Many see it as a health hazard, and others have called for a ban on fast food being taken on to packed trains because of the smell.
Others have created online blogs or Facebook groups highlighting the issue, as some see no problem with it.
In 2011 a Facebook group was set up in called Women Who Eat on Tubes.
It invited commuters to upload pictures of strangers caught eating in public. They were asked to provide information including what the person was eating, what time the photo was taken and on what line.
The page it was ‘observational not judgemental’ saying it wanted to ‘celebrate and encourage women eating food on tubes.’
However, the page was renamed after it provoked a backlash after claims it was objectifying and humiliating women who were unaware their picture was being taken.
A group is currently operating on Facebook called ‘People who eat on the Tube’ which has nearly 33,000 members.
It insists that the subject of the photo must be known to the photographer and says ‘It doesn’t intimidate or bully.’