This is the moment a family dog escaped from his home and then hopped on to a commuter train to London - in the middle of the morning rush hour.
The image shows Jack Russell Frankie, six, darting through the legs of busy commuters before hopping onto a carriage at Gravesend Station, Kent.
He carefull waits for all the other passengers to board the commuter service then launches himself from his hiding place on to the train.
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Once on the train, he can then be seen scurrying up the aisle in search for a suitable seat before settling on one by a window.
The adventurous pooch had made the 1.6 mile journey to the train station after sneaking out of his front door as his owners left for work last week.
He then enjoyed a staggering 30 minutes as a stowaway on the train before he was scooped up just minutes from King's Cross by train manager Richard Cheeseman.
Frankie was kept safe in the manager's office for the remainder of the journey and was looked after by an Underground employee.
He was eventually reunited with his desperate owner Jane Abbott, 47, after a member of the train staff rang the contact number on his collar and asked her to come and collect her pet - from King's Cross.
Jane had been frantically searching her home and neighbourhood in Gravesend, Kent, for hours before receiving the call.
Jane said: "I normally get greeted by Frankie when I get up, but not this morning.
"I looked all over the house and in the garden but there was no sign of him."
Jane and 22-year-old daughter Stephanie paid £59 to buy high-speed rush-hour tickets to go to London to retrieve their pet.
Jane added: "I was distraught that he went for free.
"What we don’t understand is why Frankie chose rail. He’s never been on a train before."
A statement from Southeastern spokesman: "We’re pleased we were able to help reunite Frankie and his owners."
Frankie was excused from paying the £17.80 usually needed to buy a ticket for the service.