Should food on the Tube be banned?

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Should food on the Tube be banned?

A plan to ban smelly food has been proposed on New York’s subway, after their Transport  boss had to put up with a spilt passengers takeaway.

Now, it has now sparked thoughts among Londoners to do the same. 

Should we have to put up with someone stuffing a Donner kebab on the Night Tube? Or is it unfair to deny busy commuters a snack for the journey. 

We asked travellers at Bond Street. 

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