Cuts have led to reserved seats being taken away. Picture: Stickers on the Central Line
A group calling itself Stickers on the Central Line has been replacing stickers on the Tube with its own slightly altered comical versions.
The new stickers include changing who reserved seats are for and putting light switch stickers under the buttons which open doors on trains.
One reserved seat sticker even says the reserved seat has been taken away due to Transport for London (TfL) cuts.
But not everyone is amused by the pranksters.
The Queen gets her own seat. Picture: Stickers on the Central Line
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The group posts pictures of its work on the Facebook page Stickers on the Underground.
It also encourages people to send their pictures in of any stickers they have spotted.
The group uses the same fonts and colours as the official stickers put on trains and stations by TfL.
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