Farm animals have it better than commuting workers

Farm animals have it better than commuting workers

There's no wonder many commuters turn into raging bulls on their way to work, with new figures showing those travelling to their place of employment in London are commuting in conditions that would be illegal for farmyard animals.

Nearly 22,000 passengers are now arriving in London during the morning rush hour peak - forcing commuters to be crammed in carriages with five people per square metre - conditions that would not be acceptable for transporting sheep, cattle and pigs under animal welfare regulations, The Daily Mail reports.

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