We've all been there: fallen asleep on the train and ended up at the last stop on the service.
But one commuter took things to another level and had to be rescued by police after falling asleep on his journey from Liverpool to Manchester.
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He missed his stop and when he awoke realised he was in an empty and dark train located on a siding used for storing trains close to Victoria Station, reports Manchester Evening News.
The panicked man rang 999 at around 8.15pm on Tuesday night.
Greater Manchester Police tweeted that they turned the incident over to the British Transport Police to deal with.
Oh dear. 999 at 8.15pm from man who fell asleep on train from Liverpool and is stuck on an empty train in a siding somewhere near Victoria— GMP City Centre (@GMPCityCentre) June 7, 2016
...we've asked our good friends at @BTPManchester to help us out with this one. Will hopefully have him on his way soon— GMP City Centre (@GMPCityCentre) June 7, 2016
Twitter users then shared their own stories of similar situations.
And an officer responded: "For me it was a night bus in London in my late teens."