A "SELFISH" commuter has been slammed for apparently making a woman on crutches stand while he worked on his laptop on a rush hour London train.
The man was spotted on the train from Clapham Junction on Tuesday – perched on the seat as the injured woman stood next to him.
Fellow commuter Sonny Phillips snapped a photo – saying he couldn't believe his eyes during his 30-minute train journey from Clapham Junction to Isleworth in London.
And the construction worker said it wasn't until another person noticed the woman and offered her a seat that she "gratefully accepted" and got to sit down.
Sonny, from East Dulwich, London, said: "I noticed this woman on a crutch and brace and noticed she was stood right next to a man who was sat down on his laptop.
"I just thought it was strange she wasn't offered a seat by him throughout the whole journey. He obviously could tell she was right next to him.
"I'm really not a fan of that behaviour. I know people tend to be quite ignorant on their commute.
"But it just struck me as odd because if I was sitting down and I saw a woman with a crutch right next to me, without a second guess I'd give up my seat."
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