A London commuter’s picture of an 8ft cardboard cut-out of superstar ‘Beyonce’ lying by a railway line has gone viral.
The model resembling the Irreplaceable singer was dumped by the side of a London railway line over the Easter weekend.
Glen Wilson tweeted the picture and said: “Over Easter the wind blew an 8ft cardboard cut-out of Beyoncé onto the side of the Nunhead to Lewisham line.
Over Easter the wind blew an 8ft cardboard cut-out of Beyoncé onto the side of the Nunhead to Lewisham line. pic.twitter.com/XsRtVE5n8G
— glen wilson (@glenglenglen) April 4, 2016
“If anyone ever asks me what living in London is really like I’ll probably share this tweet.”
The humorous cutout sparked a series of Beyonce jokes on social media.
Mr Wilson said: “Landed on the side of the tracks because she’s a Survivor (what?), she’s not gon’ give up (what?), Keep on survivin'”.
@AchtungJono posted: “Great that she’s to the left to the left of the tracks as well.”
@RealMiller said: “Trains delayed due to twerks on the track?”
@DanandDanfilms wrote: “All the signal ladies.”
A spokesman for Southeastern Trains said: “While a full size cardboard cutout of Beyonce next to the rail track is no doubt quite a sight to see, she did not cause our trains any issues over the weekend.”