It didn’t take long but the oh-so-fabulous woman has been spotted again sipping from the same wine glass.
The stylish commuter was first seen rocking out with her pink gin and tonic on the Northern line earlier this week.
It was all too much for the internet. The sunglasses. The jewelled flip flops and socks combo. The nonchalant regard for TfL’s alcohol ban.
Take your pick, it was all iconic.
This time around the ‘pink gin lady’, as she’s now known, was travelling on a Great Northern train near Old Street station.
A commuter instantly recognised the viral sensation, who was wearing the same all-black outfit, and took a few pictures.
We now have a clearer view of where the icon keeps her stock of drinks and wine glasses – a handy reusable shopping bag.
However, fans of the pink gin lady might be disappointed to see the colour of her most recent beverage, which looked a lot clearer than the first.
Mark Locke from Scotland, shared the first snap on Twitter.
He wrote: ‘To the lady drinking pink gin and tonic *from a glass* on the Northern line, I salute you. Classy.’
He added: ‘On your knees, mortals. Worship. Worship at her bejewelled flip-flops-with-socks wearing feet.’
TfL has an alcohol ban on public transport and customers are prohibited from drinking or carrying open containers of alcohol on the London Underground, buses, DLR, the Overground and tram services.
While the pink gin lady was hailed a ‘hero’ for the ages on Twitter, some said it was symbolic of ‘white privilege’ when comparing the positive reaction to the media storm after Diane Abbott was pictured sipping on a can of mojito on the Overground.
The MP later apologised for breaking TfL’s alcohol ban and said: ‘A photo of me drinking from a can of M&S mojito on the Overground has been circulated. I’m sincerely sorry for drinking on TfL.’
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