A male passenger on a train was somewhat taken aback by a safety announcement he heard which advised passengers who had seen anything suspicious:
"See it, say it, sorted!"
The announcement, delivered by a woman with an authoritative and assertive voice, was made as the man travelled from Manchester Piccadilly to Manchester Airport at the weekend.
With his head half in 'The Life Of William Hazlitt' by P. P. Howe, the man was distracted from the text, and looked around him to see if there was anything suspicious going on.
Bizarrely, he found other passengers doing the same thing, and worse, one man was staring directly at him.
Now experiencing total anxiety, he considered reporting the staring man to the local constabulary, but the train was just pulling in at the airport station.
He dismounted the train, and rushed along the platform, breaking into a run as he got inside the building, and crossed the footbridge into the Terminal building.
Apparently, nobody saw it, said it, or sorted it.