AustraliaTeen filmed risking life on back of train
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A Sydney commuter has captured footage on his mobile phone of a teenager risking his life by hanging off the back of a moving train.
Initially thinking the teen was vandalising the train, ‘Mitch’ - who was waiting on the opposite platform – took out his phone and started recording.
There were two other teens on board who covered their faces when they realised they were being filmed, and as the train pulled away Mitch saw the third teen crouched on the back of the last carriage as the train built up speed.
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“I thought that was worse, even more dangerous, suicidal in fact,” Mitch told 9News.
“There’s definitely better ways to get your kicks.”
Since July, 46 arrests have been made for train surfing offences on carriages around the city.
While the number is lower than previous years, Sydney Trains say the sight is nothing new.
“This is stupid, idiotic behaviour,” Trains spokesperson Howard Collins told 9News.
“If you see something, please, please, please report it immediately and we can do something about it.”
In Mitch’s footage, the three teens appeared to realise they were being filmed, before making their getaway after crossing the bridge at Milsons Point.
As modern trains gradually phase out older-style trains, it is hoped the new design will help prevent these types of thrill seekers.
NSW Police are now reviewing the footage to try and identify the teens.
If caught, the teenager faces fines of up to five thousand dollars.
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