Graffiti in London is definitely not a new trend, but like other major cities including New York, there has been a system in place for a while that keeps a lot of it out of the public's view. When trains are tagged, they don't usually make it out of the yard, so on the rare occasion that they do and someone snaps a photo, it becomes a big deal. According to ANIMAL, these photos were taken on Tuesday, March 25 at the Whitechapel Station in London. We're not sure how these two cars sprayed with "REBL" and "CRU" passed inspection, but someone over there is probably in big trouble.

RELATED: CETE and VEW Have Bombed Another Subway Train in New York 
RELATED: CETE and VEW Tagged a New York Subway Train With a Self-Referential "Spy vs Spy" Theme 

 

[via ANIMAL