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Footage of Customers Been Physically Removed From Trains

Footage of Customers Been Physically Removed From Trains

A number of videos have been published all over the internet indicating various customers who, having refused to comply to the regulations set by the train guards, have been physically removed from the train by able-bodied self-righteous hunks who are then praised for their apparent commitment to law and order by the cheers of a previously timid and unassuming crowd. This is a clearly disturbing sight that need not happen in the future: despite the fact that it is obviously a serious matter to not pay a train ticket, millions of people get away with this every day and the idea that they ought to be physically ejected off the train is both ridiculous and very dangerous.

Counting as physical assault, it is an issue that Network Rail needs to realize does occur and needs to be reduced in order to preserve the health, safety and wellbeing of all passengers traveling on train carriages all around the country. Indeed, the fact that these videos show crowds of people cheering and praising the meat-headed bullies who throw people off the train at the nearest platform could be an indication of an increased wave of nastiness that has perpetuated into the British psyche and the British character. This is clearly something that no respectable citizen traveling on the train wants to hear about, but the praising of physical violence towards some ticketless passengers that is prevalent in these videos is quite scary and is not a particularly good sign for the future of railway commuters.

Furthermore, the very fact that train tickets are so costly means that more people are taking chances and traveling without tickets. What members of the public need to understand is that this is more complicated than just being unfair and tolerance rather than meanness needs to be spread now more than ever before so that passengers can remain safe on their travels, whether they pay for a ticket or whether they don’t. That person could be you one day: never forget that.

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