The stylish commuter was first seen rocking out with her pink gin and tonic on the Northern line earlier this week. It was all too much for the internet. The sunglasses. The jewelled flip flops and socks combo. A commuter instantly recognised the viral sensation, who was wearing the same all-black outfit, and took a few pictures. We now have a clearer view of where the icon keeps her stock of drinks and wine glasses — a handy reusable shopping bag. However, fans of the pink gin lady might be disappointed to see the colour of her most recent beverage, which looked a lot clearer than the first. Worship at her bejewelled flip-flops-with-socks wearing feet.
By Maisie Bovingdon For Mailonline. Cracking open a tinned cocktail on the tube may be frowned upon, but one woman did it in style by pouring her beverage into a glass. The image captured a mystery woman with a glass in one hand, dressed in a black roll neck, black trousers, sunglasses, socks and a glitzy pair of jewelled flip flops. And Twitter users were impressed, hailing the unnamed woman as a 'formidable queen', while another gushed, 'my hero'. Scottish director, Mark Locke, 45, shared a photo of an unnamed woman drinking pink gin and tonic from a glass on the London Underground, which has since gone viral on Twitter. The tweet has attracted a lot of attention from social media users praising the mystery female as a 'Queen' and inspiration for her style and carefree attitude. Another Twitter user wrote: 'I love her in every way. The turtleneck. The glasses.
An unnamed woman has gone viral on Twitter after a photo of her drinking gin on a London tube was shared thousands of times online. Other Twitter users, including journalist Owen Jones came to the MP's defence, but it didn't change the abuse she endured. TfL has an alcohol ban on public transport, and customers are prohibited from drinking or carrying open containers of alcohol on the London Underground, buses, Docklands Light Railway, tram services and London Overground. Anyone can post in open comments. Please continue to respect all commenters and create constructive debates. Posted Thursday 20 June by Narjas Zatat in offbeat. The image went viral as people admired the unnamed woman in their thousands. In contrast, MP Diane Abbott was forced to apologise for drinking a can of mojito on the tube back in April. The difference in the way the two photos have been perceived - one with celebratory gusto, the other with intense criticism- has not gone unnoticed by Twitter users. And this isn't the first time this sort of thing has happened.
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