Man who started Southeastern train late-night sing-song named

Passenger George Haswell took a selfie during the proceedings

Passenger George Haswell took a selfie during the proceedings

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The man who started a late-night sing-song on a Southeastern train travelling through Bromley and Swanley has been named.

News Shopper has been told the "smartly-dressed" gentleman is 66-year-old Martin Clews, who with his wife runs a fruit-picking farm in rural Kent.

Passengers on a service from London Victoria to Ashford International were treated to a musical surprise on Friday May 30. 

A video of the event shows around 50 people in the carriage getting involved in proceedings, said to be in celebration of Mr Clews' musician son, Dan, who had released a new single.

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