Who knew a swan would ever cause multiple train delays in the London Underground. Commuters at the South Action station captured photos and videos Monday (January 24th) of the stubborn swan. The London Underground said trains were unable to travel between Willesden Junction and Richmond during the swan’s sit-in. Fourteen trains had to be canceled or rerouted while workers tried to get the bird to leave the tracks. Once the swan finally stood up, workers wrangled it to the Kingswood Road station entrance, where rescuers with London Wildlife Protection picked it up. Rescuers say the bird was likely disoriented and didn’t know what to do, as it measured underweight. The bird was kept overnight and released back into a flock yesterday morning (January 25th).