Jeremy Corbyn has been filmed sat on the floor of a crammed train - something all of us can definitely relate to.
In a video shot by freelance film maker Yannis Mendez - who has been following Corbyn and volunteers for his campaign - and shared by the Guardian, Corbyn can be seen huddled in the corner of a carriage with a coffee and a copy of Private Eye as he makes the busy three-hour journey from London to Newcastle for a debate with Owen Smith.
-- I was a JSA claimant (@imajsaclaimant) August 16, 2016
People found the sight all too relatable.
-- Owain Gardner (@Odbe34) August 16, 2016
-- Samuel Tarry (@SamTarry) August 16, 2016
Corbyn - man of the people (not that we needed a reminder): https://t.co/Ey34Ue2qV2
-- Clone1 (@InfoLibertarian) August 16, 2016
And they thought it really emphasised how different Corbyn is compared to other politicians.
-- Urban Shepherd (@HassunElZafar) August 16, 2016
George Osborne tried to sit in a first class train carriage with a standard ticket. Jeremy Corbyn? Not a chance. pic.twitter.com/WJt7fwo6P2
-- Matt Turner (@MattTurner4L) August 16, 2016
He sure is keeping it real, in front of the camera anyway.