Taylor Swift fans suffer 'bleak' travel chaos as people 'vomit' on delayed tube

Taylor Swift performs on stage during The Eras Tour at Wembley Stadium
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Taylor Swift's fans are finding it hard to shake off the travel chaos they faced this weekend.

The American pop sensation has been in London for her Eras tour over the last two days as thousands flock to Wembley Stadium to get a piece of the action. But with trains delayed and tubes packed after the show, many people have complained of having a 'nightmare' trying to get home.

One fan painted a grim picture of the scenes he encountered on the tube during the early hours of Sunday morning (June 23). Detailing the experience on X, Ben Travis said: "The bleakest of post-Taylor Swift scenes. Queued nearly two hours to get out, been trapped on a tube for 30 mins between Wembley and Finchley Road.

"Now someone has thrown up and everyone's gipping [wretching]. Plus a daddy long legs has started flying around and people are screaming. Cursed."

In the photo, it's evident that the train is so crowded that some passengers have resorted to sitting on the floor. There's barely any room to manoeuvre as the carriages are so busy.

Ben further mentioned that the train eventually got moving, and pointed out that "everyone cheered" when it did. Some people also voiced their opinions on the situation.

One person offered a tip, posting: "Always avoid Wembley Way, we walked straight to Park by going around past Tesco /McD's."

Another remarked: "Please don't let a puke chain commence." Meanwhile, another added their two cents, writing: "This is like a wild modern renaissance painting."

Another woman who attended the concert admitted the travel experience was "awful". She told us: "I think it took about an hour to queue up and get to Wembley Central. which is expected I guess, but still very, very long.

"We decided to go to the stop before Wembley on the tube to get a seat and then, when we got on the tube to go to Baker Street, we were made to wait about 30 mins in Wembley and then another 30 mins of waiting before even reaching Finchley Road just on the tracks waiting for an 'uncommunicative train'."

TfL has been contacted for comment.

Over the weekend, Taylor wowed fans with two gigs at Wembley Arena. Among the audience was none other than Prince William, who brought along his children for the musical treat.

The celebrity-packed event also saw appearances from her beau Travis Kelce and pal Cara Delevingne.

Prince William showed off his Swiftie credentials as he snapped a selfie with the "Shake It Off" hitmaker, alongside his children George and Charlotte, last Friday night.

The 34-year-old songstress took to Instagram to share a birthday shout-out to the Prince. She posted a selfie with him, his children and Travis was also in tow.

She penned the caption: "Happy Bday M8! London shows are off to a splendid start," complete with emojis of an American flag and a Union Jack.