September 20, 2013 2:59 PM EST
‘Game of Thrones’ Richard Madden Upsets Fans by Taking Up Too Much Space on the Train (PHOTOS)
All's not well with "Game of Thrones" star Richard Madden this year, after his character was killed in one of the episodes "Red Wedding." Now, he has to face the brunt of angry fans over taking up too much space on the train.
In June, this year, the actor was photographed by a fan in the London Tube sitting with his legs spread far apart from each other, thus taking up too much space. This, indeed, caused inconvenience to fellow passengers as they had to stand around him while there was room for one more folk to sit with him.
In the photograph, Madden is seen sitting in all-black attire with an umbrella. The photograph was posted on the "Men Taking Up Too Much Space on the Train" website causing a fury amongst fans. Check out some of the comments on the photograph. Many of them are hilarious.
"The King In The North taking up too much space on the train."
"It's totally understandable that Robb Stark is still upset about the Red Wedding, but that's no excuse to take up this..."
"What the hell, jon snow."
"Rob Stark busted taking up too much space on the train. RUDE! Found on 'men taking up too much space on the train blog."
"Rob is taking up too much space on the train! Also, what's with famous people and giant collars? See Michael Jackson,..."
"You know nothing about public transportation etiquette, Jon Snow. Edit: Whoops! It's the King in the North, not Jon. :p..."
"oh look who it is. Richard, why are you're legs so damn far apart."
"Oh man, Robb Stark is a subway leg-spreader?! Maybe the Red Wedding was justified after all..."
Well, not everyone was hammering "Game of Thrones" star Madden, many supported his action, in their own funny ways.
"The king of the north can take up as much space as he wants."
"ok he's allowed to take up space on the train because he's robb f***ing stark."
Check out some other men who love to take up too much space on the train. All images courtesy - Men Taking 2 Much Space on the Train.