Budapest George Ezra
1 October 2014, 10:37
It's a case of Man Vs Train in this epic race against the clock!
Imagine the scene.
It's 1.23pm on the 22 September 2014 at Blackfriars tube station in London.
Last month one exasperated commuter decided to see whether he could travel between two London stations faster than the train.
The journey is 380m long and the runner has to navigate the capital's streets as well as two ticket barriers.
Needless to say, his efforts went viral.
Now a second man, nicknamed 'The Free Help Guy' takes on the impressive challenge.
Going one better, Anthony, a wheelchair decides to take on the same task.
Anthony says he wants to highlight the issues faced by disabled passengers: "I tend to just use buses. It's too difficult to know where I can and can't get to when I take the tube," he explained. "It feels like us wheelchair uses are being ignored".
Watch as the initial Londoner races the Circle Line from Mansion House to Cannon Street. Watch his one man battle against public transport in this brilliant video: