Night Tube Set To Help Londoners Fulfill Dreams Of Being Vomited On In Enclosed Spaces

There's so much to look forward to.

Plans for the London Underground network to begin running trains through the night have finally come to fruition, it was announced on Monday.

The Night Tube will commence services on 19 August, allowing Londoners to realise their lifelong dreams of being vomited on in enclosed spaces just in time for the hot summer months.

At first the Central and Victoria lines will be the only ones running trains into the early hours, adding to the puke-fest by going through many stations without toilets to escape to.

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The full Night Tube map. Click here to enlarge.

Bonus fun for late night travellers will also include the joy of being chatted to for hours by heavily inebriated bankers and being lucky enough to experience excessive displays of affection from frisky clubbers on their way home from a night of debauchery.

Early morning commuters will also be treated to the smells of stale sick and sweat when they hop on the train in the morning.

But the joys of early morning Tube travel aren't reserved for the sober - those out enjoying a late night tipple will also have the pleasure of falling asleep on the Tube and waking up in Hainault or Leyton.

Sadly for those who live along the Northern, Piccadilly or Jubilee Lines, those trains won't be turned into subterranean cider-fuelled chunder rockets until the autumn.