A staff member at Hackney Wick rail station in east London has left some tongue-in-cheek transport information for users of Apple's iPhone 5, which was launched on Friday.
Ben Mathis posted the snap of his self-authored rail update on Twitter after many users of the new iPhone reported problems with Apple's map service.
Police are searching for a man wanted in connection with the theft of 252 Apple iPhone 5 smartphones from the London store where he works.
Aussie Todd Foot is the first person in the world to buy the first iPhone5.
Apple users' have reacted angrily to inaccuracies and mistakes within the corporation's new map locating software.