This is the horrifying moment a former Eurotunnel boss was pushed onto the train tracks at a tube station.
Sir Robert Malpas, 91, who was chairman of the Folkestone-based company from 1996 to 1998, was thrown onto the line at Marble Arch station, sustaining multiple fractures to his pelvis.
Today, Paul Crossley was found guilty of two counts of attempted murder for the crime, which also left Sir Robert with a head wound requiring 12 stitches.
The shocking moments Crossley was caught on CCTV on Tottenham Court Road and Marble Arch stations
He had also attempted to push another man onto the tracks at Tottenham Court Road station.
CCTV footage shows the 23-year-old victim managed to regain his balance with help from members of the public and avoid falling in front of the oncoming Central Line service.
Crossley, then walked away from the scene, joining a westbound service where he left at Marble Arch station.
As the 91-year-old Sir Robert walked along the platform, Crossley ran up to him, shoving him forcibly onto the tracks.
A member of the public then climbed down to help pull him back on the platform, sustaining a burn to his hand in the process from the electrified track.
Thanks to the work of passengers at the station, Crossley was detained and then later arrested by officers from British Transport Police at the scene.
He later told them: "I didn’t get much sleep last night."
Crossley, of Leyton High Road, east London, pleaded not guilty to both offences, but was convicted by a jury at the Old Bailey today following a five day trial.
He will be sentenced at a later date.
Senior Investigating Officer Detective Inspector Darren Gough said: "This was a particularly shocking incident and the victims in this case were extremely lucky.
"We could have easily been dealing with a double murder investigation had it not been for the brave actions of the public who stepped in and restrained Mr Crossley, and assisted the victims.
"I would like to remind the public that this type of incident is very rare and millions of journeys are made across the Underground without incident.
“We thankfully police a CCTV rich environment and this evidence has proved invaluable in bringing Crossley to justice.
"I am pleased that the jury saw fit to find him guilty of two counts of attempted murder."