Panic on London train after man reads passages from the Bible

LONDON Oct 3: Panicked passengers forced their way out of their rush hour train after a man read out Bible passages in the carriage.
The train was just outside Wimbledon at around 8.30am, when the man started reading out phrases such as ‘death is not the end’. 
Ringleaders jailed for 15-hour prison riot which cost G4S and taxpayer over £6m Commuters became scared, and started trying to get out of the carriage as quickly as possible. 
As the passengers forced open the doors and climbed frantically onto the tracks, the rail power lines were cut. The train was travelling from Shepperton to Waterloo, one of London’s busiest commuter lines. 
Ian, who was on the train, tweeted that the man’s Bible-reading caused a ‘crush’ and a ‘commotion’. He said that someone asked the man to stop speaking ‘as he was scaring people’, after which ‘the guy stopped and stood there with his head down’. 
Monarch rescue flights 'will cost £60,000,000' as almost 2,000 lose their jobs Other passengers praised a guard, who apparently dealt with the situation with ‘compassion, restraint and bravery’.