Hong’s Kong’s MTR chiefs have launched a probe after a video surfaced on YouTube apparently showing a driver clipping his toenails while driving a train. In the 15-minute video the man can be seen in his darkened cab filing his fingernails, carefully examining his handiwork before switching attention to his bare feet. He lifts one foot up onto the seat and proceeds to clip his toenails. The footage, which appeared to be filmed using a hidden camera, later showed the man watching a programme on a tablet. The man was filmed gazing at a point outside of the area shown in the video as the voice of a soccer commentator speaking in Cantonese and cheers of fans were heard. Watch the video below A spokeswoman for the MTR said it was not known where the footage had come from or who had filmed it. But she added that the driver had been identified and a probe was underway. The spokeswoman told scmp.com on Monday there was a code of practice for drivers to follow. She said drivers were not allowed to use mobile phones or tablets for personal purpose while on duty. “The company will consider disciplinary measure if this involves any irregularity,” she said. She added that the rail operator had recently stepped up training for drivers on their code. Apple Daily reported that certain components on new mainland-built trains destined for the planned South Line were too large and could cause an accident.