The incident took place on the 12.54am London to Huntingdon service yesterday and was caught on camera by Twitter user Dougie Stew. In the video a woman can be seen placing a bagel on the man's head as her friends chanted 'he's got a bagel on his head.' Two women then began to fight and had to be restrained from others who were on the train. The man who had the bagels on his head didn't appear to be too amused as he continuously chucked them out of the window and lost his temper at fellow passengers. The fall-out then appeared to result in people fighting on the platform when the train stopped at a station.When the police appeared on the train appealing for any witnesses to come forward, the passengers all remained silent.
City trader who made 'eye-watering' £10m bonuses battles her adulterous ex-husband after he was handed almost half her £7million fortune when they divorced
Julie and Robin Sharp (pictured top left, and top right) were married for four years but are battling in court because Mrs Sharp wants his settlement slashed by £1.5million. Trader Mrs Sharp amassed £10million in bonuses over five years due to the 'soaring' energy market and the couple set up home in a grand £2million Gloucestershire mansion (below). But in 2013 their childless marriage fell apart when it emerged that Mrs Sharp's husband was having an affair. In November 2015 Mr Sharp was given £2.7million when the 'matrimonial pot' stood at £6.9million - but Mrs Sharp has now appealed because she believes her ex should walk away with a more 'fair' £1.2million.
Dramatic moment hero bystanders rush into the water to save terrified little boy being dragged out to sea
Several bystanders were filmed dashing into the sea in Hawaii after a boy was swept out by the strong current. Footage shows the boy crawling out and then being dragged into the water. Luckily, several people then heroically dashed into the choppy waters to save the boy, and eventually he was carried to safety.
'Don't blame Warren - it was us': Oscars vote counters apologise as a duplicate envelope is blamed for epic blunder which made Beatty and Dunaway WRONGLY name La La Land as Best Picture
Accounting firm PwC, formerly Price Waterhouse Coopers, who tally the Oscar results, issued an apology after Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway wrongly announced La La Land as the winner of Best Picture, rather than the triumphant Moonlight at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. In a heart-stopping moment, the stars and producers of La La Land were stopped midway through their acceptance speeches and forced to hand their trophies to the stars of Moonlight. It has since emerged that there duplicates of each envelope, and Beatty had been handed the duplicate 'Best Actress' envelope, which saw Emma Stone with for La La Land, instead of the Best Picture envelope he was supposed to receive.
Jennifer Aniston chokes up presenting the Oscar In Memoriam segment as she tries to pay tribute to Apollo 13 star Bill Paxton who died just hours earlier
The In Memoriam segment of the Academy Awards always tugs at the heartstrings. But for Jennifer Aniston one death was so raw she could barely get though her introduction. The actress choked up as she presented the melancholy montage, which did not have time to include the late Bill Paxton who tragically did just hours earlier.
It's party time! Jennifer Aniston, Emily Ratajkowski, Kate Hudson and Kate Upton rule the red carpet in racy plunging gowns as they lead the glamour at the star-studded Vanity Fair Oscars bash
The creme da la creme of Hollywood headed to the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills on Sunday evening for post-award festivities. Leading the way was pregnant Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (left), who showed off her growing baby bump while hitting the red carpet with her fiancé Jason Statham. She was joined by Katy Perry, Jennifer Aniston and Emily Ratajkowski (centre left-right) at the incredibly glamorous bash.
You did it, girl! Emotional Emma Stone lets her hair down at Vanity Fair bash as fellow Hollywood stars share her joy at winning Best Actress Oscar for La La Land
She beat off stiff competition to be named Best Actress at the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday night for her role in feel-good musical, La La Land. And leading lady Emma Stone celebrated in style as she partied with her industry pals (left) after the nail-biting ceremony drew to a close. The star, 28, shared a warm embrace with Brie Larson, 27, (right) who was named Best Actress herself at the 2015 Oscars for her role in Room, before hitting the glitzy Vanity Fair party at Wallis Annenberg Centre for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills to boogie the night away (inset).
PIERS MORGAN: The night I La-La-Laughed until I cried as Hollywood proved it wouldn't recognize The Truth if it was hand-delivered in a red envelope
HA HA HA HA HA... Sorry. Nope, not sorry. Let's be honest, the greatest Oscars fiasco in history couldn't have happened to a bunch of smugger, more deserving people. All night, the theme of the Academy Awards had been one of 'truth'. Warren Beatty strode on stage with Faye Dunaway to present the final award for Best Picture and gleefully seized on it: 'Our goal in politics is the same as our goal in art, and that's to get to the truth,' he solemnly declared. Then the most spectacular, humiliating, hide-behind-the-couch moment to ever befell any awards show happened on the night they conspired to damn Donald Trump with 'The Truth'.
Halle Berry shared a sexy skinny-dipping video shortly after Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony. The 50-year-old Oscar winner - who boasts 1.7M followers - captioned her Instagram: 'After a long award show a girl can't wait to take it off!'
Colour clash catastrophes, accidental exposures and garish gowns... FEMAIL spotlights the stars suffering serious style disasters on the Oscars red carpet
Stars hoping to pick up a statue at Sunday's Oscar's ceremony in Hollywood didn't all start the night off with a bang, arriving on the red carpet in some sartorial setbacks. L-R: Leslie Mann went for Beauty & the Beast glamour, but sadly fell flat in this mustard mass of a dress, Scarlett Johansson's delicate gown was badly accessorized with a chunky silver belt that jarred with the visually compelling pattern on the dress and Cynthia Erivo went over-the-top floral. Hidden Figures screenwriter Allison Schroeder failed to impress in this color-layered frock and Janelle Monae was decked in beading across this incredibly big gown.
Why can't Nicole Kidman CLAP? Actress gets roasted on social media for not being able to applaud properly at the Oscars
She stunned in an Armani gown at this year's Academy Awards , held in Los Angeles. But it wasn't Nicole Kidman's dress that was the focus of attention. Social media went into meltdown when cameras caught the 49-year-old actress clapping in a somewhat unusual manner.
Travellers in 20 caravans blast Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You' and leave behind a HORSE as police evict them from school car park forcing pupils to stay at home
An eviction notice was served at lunchtime on Saturday by council bailiffs giving the convoy outside Shenley Academy in Birmingham 24 hours to move on after it arrived on Friday morning. But they flouted the order and remained there until late this morning forcing hundreds of students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 to stay at home amid fears for their safety. Locals who claimed they had been attacked with catapults and dogs over the weekend cheered as the travellers pulled out of the academy's gates. The travellers have finally left the grounds but Tory councillor Des Flood fears they will move on to another school. He told MailOnline: 'It will be a cat and mouse operation where they will play games with the police. They could go on to other schools.'
Waiting in line for the gas chamber: New book reveals horrific images of Jewish women and children selected to die in Auschwitz
Jewish women and children, who have been selected for death, walk in a line towards the gas chambers in a horrifying image (pictured) published in a new book. Another image shows Jewish people queuing up to use what they thought were showers (inset). More than a million people - most of them Jewish - lost their lives at Auschwitz, which is near Krakow in modern-day Poland. The book's author, military historian Ian Baxter said: 'It shows the step-by-step transformation of the buildings including the crematoria and how these buildings aided the largest killing factory of all time. Many of these buildings are still standing today.'
Now THAT'S getting away from it all! Meet the solitary nomad living on a remote Alaskan island surrounded by whales and bears
Zach - a 29-year-old man born and raised in Japan - ventured to Marble Island in the far southern wilderness of Alaska six years ago in search of a simpler life. Zach, pictured (main) on a rock in the region and (bottom right) working on his cabin, sometimes goes six months without seeing a single human outside the family of oyster farmers he lives with. Pictured (bottom left) one the orcas that circle the island.
Victoria Beckham joins Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Rita Ora as the fashion world pays tribute to late Vogue Italia editor at Milan Fashion Week memorial service
NEW They're big hitters in the fashion world - and Victoria Beckham and an emotional Kate Moss paid their respects to the late Vogue editor-in-chief chief Franca Sozzani in Milan on Monday. 42-year-old Victoria wore a conservative navy deconstructed dress and leather boots as she headed to the religious ceremony to commemorate her friend's sad passing. She appeared forlorn as she walked solo while hiding her eyes behind dark sunglasses and carried a matching leather bag in her hand.
Lorraine Kelly strips down to her bikini to wade into -29°C icy Antarctic waters live on TV to celebrate her 25th wedding anniversary
She's rather vocal about her love of health and fitness - so that's perhaps partly why Lorraine Kelly felt brave enough to strip off down to her bikini on live TV on Monday. The 57-year-old presenter bravely waded into -29°C icy Antarctic waters while Christine Bleakley looked on in horror from the studio in the UK where she is filling in. Lorraine's latest trip is part of her 25th wedding anniversary celebrations with husband Steve Smith.
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: A Georgia man has been charged with murder after allegedly being involved in a fatal gun fight over a cellphone that was caught on harrowing surveillance video (left and right). De'Andre Malik Thomas (center inset), 20, turned himself into police on Friday afternoon in connection with the Thursday killing of Kareem Mano, 25. Mano, who was a recent father to a one-month-old baby boy, was shot at multiple times as he ran away from Thomas outside of the USA Grocery Store in Bloomfield, police say. He died at the scene from a gunshot to the chest.
Woman who lost her nose to cancer has EIGHT replacements on the NHS in a bid to rebuild her face - but she's planning a ninth because it's still the 'wrong colour'
Andrea Hollingsworth, 50, from Wigan, who was diagnosed with mouth cancer has explained how she is not happy with her new prosthetic nose (right) and is preparing to get the skin colour altered. She was diagnosed with stage four cancer in 2011 and had to have her nose removed (inset). Andrea is pictured left before her diagnosis.
You could say these are some of the laziest people around. That, or heroes of ingenuity from the US and beyond who have found truly inspirational short-cuts for life's most tedious tasks. Pictured, clockwise from top left, someone who couldn't be bothered to roll their dustbin down the drive by hand; a computer user who has slightly simplified the act of eating popcorn at his desk; a man whose resourceful ways have earned him a nap; a dogwalker being towed on an office chair; a witty neighbour with a shortage of Christmas lights; and a chap who has elevated the art of watching TV horizontally.
What a single image of Kim Jong-un can tell us about his plans and his nuclear capabilities (and how experts can work out the date by how FAT the North Korean dictator is)
Experts have revealed they can work out Kim Jong-un's nuclear plans and capabilities by analyzing just a single image of the leader. A single propaganda photograph of the North Korean leader appears to give away more about the secretive nation than its security officials might like. Experts analysing North Korea can pinpoint the location of the photographs and even the date they were taken depending on how fat he is.
Can YOU spot all eight hidden rabbits? Tricky vintage illustration challenges puzzle fans to track down all the bunnies in the garden
A vintage puzzle has resurfaced this week leaving netizens scratching their heads as they try to spot not one but eight rabbits in this illustration. Shared by Playbuzz the blue and white line drawing sees a hunter seeking out the bunnies to put in his rabbit stew but they are cleverly disguised around the garden.
A shopaholic's dream! Luxury homes linked to the world's largest MALL go on sale in Dubai (but they're not as expensive as you might think)
Priced from just £270,600, the luxury pads in Dubai were launched at Harrods department store in London. Residents will enjoy direct access to the Dubai Mall via a 500m overhead link bridge. Opened in 2008, the 12 million sq ft retail hub attracts a whopping 90 million shoppers each year and has over 1,200 shops.
Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem found that, on average, people are better than random chance at matching the faces of strangers with a name. Try guess the names of six strangers to their faces (pictured) to see if you can beat a score of 64 per cent, which a computer algorithm managed. Researchers claim that manifestation of the name in a face might be due to people subconsciously altering their appearance to conform to cultural norms.
Vintage photographs reveal astonishing celebrity doppelgangers including a 19th century John Travolta, an Egyptian J-Law and a WOMAN who's a dead ringer for Leo DiCaprio
These retro snaps, compiled by Bored Panda, feature people who are dead ringers for modern A-listers. The doppelgangers include a female Leonardo DiCaprio (top left), a 13-year-old Natalie Portman lookalike (top right), an Egyptian actress who resembles Jennifer Lawrence (bottom left) and an 1860s photograph of a man who is John Travolta's double (bottom right).
Is this the funniest pregnancy announcement EVER? Screaming baby with an 'eviction notice' next to her cot becomes the star of a viral meme
The parents-to-be shared a laugh-out-loud photo of their young baby screaming in her cot with a sign affixed to it. The printed sign read: 'Eviction notice. Please note that your 'only-child' status will expire within 18 weeks. Please take further note that you are required to vacate the premises as a new tenant is expected on June 25, 2017.' A photo of the ultrasound baby scan was also attached to the cot. The photo, which has since been turned into memes, has swept social media with hundreds of thousands of likes.
Still flouting the law: Drivers caught using their mobile phones at the wheel despite tougher legislation coming into force this week
A series of shocking photographs (all above, apart from top left) taken on the A338 in Bournemouth, Dorset, show motorists putting other drivers at risk by using their phones in moving vehicles. One van driver is seen puffing on a cigarette with one hand while holding a mobile in the other as he drives along a busy dual carriageway, seemingly not in control. And the driver of a Ford Ka is caught using his mobile phone which he is holding with his left hand directly in front of him (bottom right). Clearly these drivers are unaware of, or are choosing to ignore, new tougher legislation coming into force on Wednesday where they risk six penalty points on their licences and a £200 fine - double the existing amount. Meanwhile a brazen Eddie Stobart HGV driver was spotted using his mobile phone behind the wheel at a busy junction - believed to be in Newport, South Wales - in heavy rain (top left).
The day Hitler was hailed the 'greatest living German' - by an English Prime Minister: Grainy images of former PM David Lloyd George's meeting with Nazi leader in 1936 emerge 80 years later
The grainy black and white images shows the politician and his entourage travelling around Germany in 1936 (left), where they dined with the Nazi ruler and rode together on new autobahns. The 16mm propaganda film also captures Lloyd George schmoozing and laughing with the dictator (top and bottom right) as he tours a Bavarian town. In another clip, the British PM lays a wreath at a war memorial in Munich, while the flags of the Nazi Party and the UK hang side by side in the background. Following the visit, Lloyd George described Hitler as a 'remarkable personality' and lauded him as 'one of the greatest I have ever met in the whole of my life'. Hitler added that he was pleased to have met 'the man who won the war', prompting Lloyd George to call Hitler 'the greatest living German'.
What IS this mystery sea creature? Bizarre grey blob washes up on Australian beach leaving the internet baffled
A mystery sea creature has washed up on a Perth beach and left the internet baffled. Images of the slimy dead fish were posted online, with debate amongst social media users quickly developing as to what it could possibly be. The strange creature, which has a huge grey body and white belly, was found decomposing on the shore of Fremantle Beach, Western Australia.
Annoyed elephant picks up a branch and HURLS it at a safari jeep after walking menacingly towards the passengers in South Africa
Terrifying footage, filmed earlier this month in Sungulwane, shows the large mammal approaching the jeep in a menacing manner as one of the guides taps the side of the vehicle to keep the animal away. The elephant is then seen urinating as it side steps towards the jeep, before backing off.The elephant then breaks a tree in half, walks away from the jeep and then walks back towards it and hurls a large branch.
On a wing and a prayer! Daredevil scales 325ft city centre church spire without any safety equipment 'just for the view'
A hair-raising video of an intrepid climber scaling a 325ft church spire without any safety equipment has gone viral. Spiderman imitator Vitaliy Savchuk inched up the tower of the Votive Church in Austria Vienna. The neo-Gothic building was completed in 1879 by an Austrian archduke to thank God for saving Emperor's Franz Joseph's life after an assassination attempt. Savchuk made the climb look effortless and enjoyed a stunning view when he got to the top.
Abdullah Shah (left and right), 17, wows friends and family in Lahore, Pakistan, by dislocating his shoulders and then bending his arms to wrap them around his body. It all started four years ago when Mr Shah, a fitness fanatic, was exercising at home. He had simply put pressure on his shoulders in an attempt to expand them but that resulted in dislocation. But Mr Shah was surprised when he could get them back to place without any pain.
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Secret, a two-year-old Australian Shepherd, has been taught how to Irish dance by her owner, Mary, 16, at their home in Bellingham, Washington. Footage taken by Mary shows Secret carefully following as Mary steps forwards, backwards and hops. The amazing video was published on Mary's Instagram , where the pay have gained a cult following for their brilliant tricks including yoga, drawing and weight lifting.
The raccoon raider! Cheeky mammal tries to steal a kayaker's food until she shoves him away with her oar
Intelligent and curious creatures, raccoons are known for their boldness. And this cheeky mammal certainly didn't hold back when it smelled food on a woman's surf board. The woman was paddling down a river in North America with some friends when the daring raccoon approached in the shallows. Suddenly it hopped on to her board and tried to dig its nose into her belongings, as the woman screamed in shock and jumped off her board.
Seconds from disaster: Nail-biting photos from around the world capture the moment JUST before impact
MailOnline Travel has compiled a compendium of disasters about to unfold. Pictured, clockwise from top left, a capsizing cargo ship which sank off the coast of New Zealand in 2011, a forest warden fleeing an escaped leopard in India; a man oblivious to the falling woman behind him; a surfer taking a tumble; a prankster about to drench a sunbather; and someone hurtling backwards into a lake.