This summer has seen an exhibition at the London Transport Museum, as well as several…
The new guy on the tube? The aristocrat who’s helping TfL with their awareness campaigns….
He’s meant to be promoting safety on the escalators…but so far response from the travelling public has been rather biting, even quite rude.
Sir Roundlington’s no doubt risen from the depths of nowhere to assert prime spot as TfL’s new mascot.
So far its not much of an impression….
Does anyone think he’ll last long?
One guy to the other: You know, we just passed Sir Roundlington on the escalator? Where? I cant see him…
Did anyone else see a weird TfL mascot this morning called "Sir Roundlington" or something, or was I having some kind of breakdown.
— Steven Perkins (@stevenperkins) October 3, 2017
Sir Roundlington can eat a bag of dicks, the patronising toff.
— Dave Scullion (@The_Scullion) October 5, 2017
Looks like TfL has a new mascot: Sir Roundlington! pic.twitter.com/oLWhJDLyXs
— James O'Malley (@Psythor) October 18, 2017
There’s absolutely nothing of repute on Sir Roundlington apart from these and a few other choice tweets, plus those elusive sightings at Oxford Circus where he’s currently doing his rounds!