How a trivial argument on a Surrey train turned to murder in

A father of one, who was taking his teenage son on a day trip to London, was brutally stabbed to death within three minutes of getting into a minor dispute with a fellow rail passenger, it emerged on Sunday. Lee Pomeroy, a 51-year-old IT consultant from Surrey, exchanged words with another man as they boarded the 1.01pm South Western Trains service from Guildford London Road station bound for Waterloo. But almost immediately the argument escalated into extreme violence and by the time the train reached the next stop of Clandon, just four minutes later, Mr Pomeroy lay dying from a stab wound to the neck. British Transport Police (BTP) confirmed that the victim and his attacker were not known to…