Good thing it’s a quick journey through the Eurotunnel — about 35 minutes. Makes the mistake a little more tolerable. About 20 passenger who made the journey from England waited in Calais for the train doors to open for 20 minutes, then were suddenly whisked back to England.
According to The Telegraph, they were discovered by “a startled Eurotunnel staff somewhere underneath the Channel.”
“The passengers were surprised, frustrated and annoyed,” said John Keefe, Eurotunnel’s spokesman.
Eventually the passengers in France… two hours behind schedule.