At the end of last year, St Pancras International became the swanky new home of the Eurostar terminal in London after 13 years at Waterloo. Soon after the closure of the Waterloo terminal, Eurostar put up a hoarding plastered with a bunch of facts and figures on the passengers carried over the years.
I’ve been walking past this hoarding for months but only yesterday did I notice this (very Virgin Atlantic style) cheeky little figure at the bottom…
If my maths is correct, that works out at an average of one shag per hundred trains. The million dollar question is whether this figure and the one above it are somehow connected?
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MORE TO THE POINT REGARDING THE 2069 INDUCTEES TO THE “HALF MILE UNDER CLUB”, IT AMUSES ME TO NOTE THAT THIS IS AN ODD NUMBER – SURELY IT TAKES TWO TO “TANGO”??! KNOW WHAT I MEAN.
Ahh that is very good point. If solo activity doesn’t count, then I’m guessing it must go the other way. How many people can you get in a Eurostar toilet? Three? Seven?
Eurostar press office have since assured me that there are no cameras in the train toilets and the figure is based on “anecdotes and what we’ve been told by our travellers and crew…”