14th Mar 2013 9:25am | By Editor
Londoners - do you know how to use the Underground yet?
Well never fear, help is at hand. Geri Halliwell, of Spice Girls fame has taken her first tube journey in nearly two decades. She's helpfully sent a series of tweets describing her experience and giving her top tips on how to use the Tube
Halliwell posted a photograph of her emerging on to the street at Piccadilly Circus after a journey that took one minute, reports The Guardian.
"Loved it!!i'm a Londoner! I'm liberated!!" she tweeted, following up with a series of top commuting tips.
She wrote: "Tube tip – doors stops at platform entrance, or below sign, more seats at end carriage. oh & it's not smelly just saying."
Twitter users were equally amused and bemused by the singer's messages.
@MissAnnebelleL asked: "Is Geri Halliwell going to explain how we top up our oysters next?"
@IncrediblyRich wrote: "Geri Halliwell spent a few minutes underground and is now tweeting ridiculously obvious tips as though we don't all ride the tube EVERY DAY."
And @Done_Can said: "I'd love to see Geri Halliwell travel on the megabus. Wouldn't be so chipper then!
Tube tip - doors stops at platform entrance,or below sign ,more seats at end carriage.oh & it's not smelly just saying.— Geri Halliwell (@GeriHalliwell) March 13, 2013
Rules of the tube, I notice no one smiles or looks at each other ,like stay out of my zone.— Geri Halliwell (@GeriHalliwell) March 13, 2013
Tube tip- stand by platform entrance / or sign tube door more likely to stop there ,oh & it doesn't smell !— Geri Halliwell (@GeriHalliwell) March 13, 2013
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