Those of us that travel regularly on lines that have stations with short platforms will now be familiar with a new sight on FGW.
Since the new Selective Door Opening mechanism was introduced, the quality of announcements from the "Train Manager" has gone down and we have been greeted by the sight of a harrassed looking shopper or an inattentive commuter having to run fast down the train over the various hurdles left in the aisle in case of such a calamity.
I think they've all made it so far but there is this sense of panic that is transmitted when the person realises that the sadistic "Train Manager" has not opened all the doors because, quite rightly, there is no platform next to some of the train. The panic is not that they will miss their stop and have to get off later.
It's the panic at having to spend another minute on board an FGW train.
Still, my sadistic mind finds it funny until the moment that is happens to me.