Australian commuters helped free a man whose leg was trapped between a train and a platform by lining up alongside the carriage and pushing.
A man's leg became stuck when he boarded a Stirling to Perth train at 8.50am local time, a Transperth spokesman told The West Australian.
In a bid to free the trapped commuter, passengers were asked to move to one side of the carriage in order to transfer the weight of the train away from the man.
That plan failed to work so passengers exited the train, lined up alongside the carriage and started pushing, a commuter told the Australian website.
The man was walking freely after the incident and did not need the assistance of paramedics on the scene, he added.