Women who have been pictured eating on the underground and their images uploaded to a Facebook page have been urged to contact the British Transport Police, the Evening Standard reports.
Facebook page 'Women Who Eat on Tubes' is encouraging the public to upload pictures of women eating on the underground, which has caused a stir on social media.
Captions of what underground line they were on and what they were eating is also displayed.
The page states in its summary: "Subjects are embraced and cherished. We celebrate and encourage women eating food on tubes, we do not marginalise them. WWEOT is observational not judgmental. It doesn't intimidate nor bully."
Speaking to the Evening Standard, Director of Enforcement and On-Street Operations Steve Burton has advised passengers:
"If any customer has concerns about such behaviour, believing there may be a sinister motive, they are advised to speak to our staff or the British Transport Police."
Please dial 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016 if you need to contact the British Transport Police
It is unfortunate that we were forced and provoked into a dispute that we never wanted.
The RMT union has also suspended a planned strike by its members on London Underground.
The TSSA union is to suspend its strike on London Underground after reaching a deal over ticket office closures.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has thanked Londoners for their "patience and stoicism" during what he called the "unnecessary" London Underground strike.
He also said he understood how frustrating it has been for commuters and hit out at the RMT and TSSA unions over the 48hr walkout.
"Rather than hurting hard-working Londoners and hard-pressed small businesses they should have been talking to TfL this week.
"If as they claimed yesterday Mr Crow and Mr Cortes are happy to embrace modernisation, new technology and change, then what on earth are they doing on strike when these changes do just that and involve no compulsory redundancies?
"They need to call off their strike and talk, not tomorrow, not tonight - right now."
More commuters have braved the tube strike this morning with 91% of regular Oyster customers travelling in London. This compares with 86% who used their Oyster cards yesterday.
Reporting on how the Underground has performed so far today, Transport for London said:
- Services operating on 9 of the 11 lines
- Nearly 75 per cent of stations open
- Some 91 per cent of regular Oyster customers have been travelling in London this morning
- Barclays Cycle Hire journeys up 50 per cent for the second day
ITV London correspondent Simon Harris has tweeted this picture of London Mayor Boris Johnson joining commuters on the tube as London Underground strike action continues.
Many commuters are experiencing severe travel disruption this morning as a 48 hour London Underground tube strike continues.
Members of the RMT and TSSA unions will end their walkout at 9pm.
Some commuters forced to walk this morning as a result of the ongoing London Underground strike looked on the positive of their journeys.
Commuters at Finsbury Park station this morning were greeted by closed gates at 7am.