Shocking moment livid passenger BLOCKS a bus for not letting him on – but people are divided | The Sun

THIS is the shocking moment an irate passenger blocks a bus after he claims it didn’t stop to let him on.

Fuming Seun said he had put out his hand for the double decker when heading home after work on April 6 at around 2pm.

But instead of letting him hop on board, he claimed the bus drove straight past.

Seconds later it stopped at a red light prompting the 26-year-old to seek revenge.

Seun – who goes by the name SpecialistHD online – stood in front of the iconic red London bus shouting: "You're not moving.

"You drove past me, let me on, you're not moving mate.

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"You're not moving. I promise you you're not moving.

"I can promise you you're not moving."

He then smirks to the camera and gets on board the bus which refuses to move.

Seun continues: "You drove right past me, taking the p**s who do you think you are?

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"Go call the police."

The short-lived protest came to an end when passengers got off the bus to catch another behind.

It happened in Elephant and Castle, South London on the 453 service to Deptford Bridge.

Seun claimed: "This is not the first time this specific driver has just drove past.

"He is known for doing that and it’s not acceptable.

"He's not doing his job properly and causes inconvenience all the time.

"It's all about the principles."

The video was posted on TikTok which has raked up 275,000 likes.

It has divided social media users were split on who to support though.

One viewer slammed Seun saying: "Get a licence and drive."

Another Londoner said: "What he fails to understand is no matter how long the driver sits there he's getting paid."

Commuter Kev added: "What did you achieve from this?"

Keshia said: "This is my kinda pettiness."

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Someone else said: "I really don’t blame you, I would probably do the same"

Transport for London, the BTP and the Met Police have all been contacted for comment.

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