AN EASTCOTE man who threatened to cut off a Tube worker's legs has had his sentence increased.
Drunken Luke Richard Chapman, 27, of Castleton Road, Eastcote, had a 12 month suspended prison sentence increased to 18 months for threatening a station supervisor in Ruislip Manor Tube station.
In the early hours of May 24, Chapman was spotted trying to open the gate to the eastbound platform.
But after the supervisor told him the last tube had gone, he demanded a taxi be called.
When he was told no, Chapman threatened that he would 'get the supervisor' and rushed towards him.
The supervisor called British Transport Police, who arrested Chapman in Uxbridge station after he caught the last westbound train.
Aidan Harris, Manager of London Underground's Workplace Violence Unit, said: "Our staff work hard to try and help the travelling public, and they should not have to put up with this kind of drunken abuse and threatening behaviour.
"This curfew order and sentence will help to keep our frontline staff safe from this kind of aggressive and totally unacceptable behaviour."
Chapman pleaded guilty at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court to disorderly conduct.
On July 10, his sentence was increased.
He was also given a two month curfew, fined £100 and ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge.