The traveller posted the vile find on Twitter
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A cleaning team was sent onto a train travelling to Liverpool after a passenger spotted something grim on the floor. Merseyrail quickly acted after the traveller posted a picture on Twitter of the vile discovery.
The passenger on board the 3pm train from Ormskirk to Liverpool Central on Friday, May 13, took to social media after spotting something untoward on the floor. The discovery turned out to be toe nail clippings, found in front of a seat on the train, the Liverpool Echo has reported.
The rail company soon responded and acted quickly to organise a team to clear up the discarded nails. In a tweet, the traveller said: "Is it OK to do a pedicure on a train journey?".
Merseyrail were quick to response to the social media post. They said they would be sending a cleaner onto the train.
A spokesperson from Merseyrail said: "We are aware of this report from a customer travelling on one of our services. Our team have contacted the customer directly to get more details and our onboard cleaning team will attend as soon as possible to deal with this issue."
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