Southeastern Railway worker yells 'get out of this f***ing station' at injured cyclist

Southeastern Railway have said it is investigating the incident as a matter of urgency

Southeastern train at Hastings Station, East Sussex, England (Denise Taylor/Getty)

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A Kent cyclist was told to "get out of this f***ing station" after he went up to the counter asking for a first aid kit following a crash.

The incident occurred at the High Brooms rail station near Tunbridge Wells, where Tibi Moravckik fell off his bike en route to the station.

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