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Today, a true tale of heroism that takes place not in a war zone, nor a hospital, but in Victoria Station in London in 2007, during a tube strike.

Our hero – a transport journalist and self-described "big, stocky bloke with a shaven head" named Gareth Edwards, is standing with other commuters in a long, snaking line for a bus,

when a smartly dressed businessman blatantly cuts in line behind him. (Behind him: this detail matters.)

The interloper proves immune to polite remonstration, whereupon Edwards is seized by a magnificent idea.

He turns to the elderly woman standing behind the queue-jumper, and asks her if she'd like to go ahead of him. She accepts.

So he asks the person behind her, and the next person, and the next – until 60 or 70 people have moved ahead.

Edwards and the seething queue-jumper shuffling further backwards all the time. The bus finally pulls up, and Edwards hears a shout from the front of the line.

It's the elderly woman, addressing him: "Young man! Do you want to go in front of me?"

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