A man on a station platform sees a pigeon, tries to kick the pigeon and then ends up on the train tracks.
He's just one of more than 16-hundred people hurt in Britain's railway stations in the last year.
A new campaign is encouraging Brits to take care after a 'night out,' which is a delicate way of saying 'when drunk.'
Another man is seen falling against a moving train, then under it.
He survived, but in the last year there's been one death, 51 bone fractures, 19 dislocations and many, many more bruised egos.
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