A bus driver had to improvise when the bell system on his vehicle became faulty - and asked his passengers to shout "ding ding" when they wanted to get off.
Never mind calling out a maintenance team, when the button you press that rings the bell to signal to the driver you want to get off at the next stop broke down, a bit of creative thinking got everybody out of a scrape.
According to the Metro, a local in Barnsley posted a picture on Twitter of the note the bus driver had left asking passengers to become human bells. It read: "Bells not working. If you want bus to stop, shout ding ding."
God bless Barnsley. Thanks to a friend on FB. pic.twitter.com/vRPEeCiBL4- Manda Hope Appleby (@PandaApple83) January 13, 2015
As the Independent points out, this might work in the South Yorkshire town, but likely wouldn't go down too well in a London rush hour, where commuters are stressing to get to work on time.
Manda Hope Appleby's tweet has been a hit with Twitter users though, being retweeted over a thousand times.
Hopefully passengers were a little less forgiving than one man in China who waged angry revenge on a driver who missed his stop - by throwing a grenade at him.
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