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Canada TTC calls person caught on video riding back of moving bus ‘stupid,’ ‘reckless’

16:30  13 april  2018
16:30  13 april  2018 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Toronto transit officials are calling the incident of a man caught on camera clinging to the back of a moving bus a "reckless, dangerous and stupid stunt."

A 35-second video posted on Twitter just before midnight on Thursday appears to show a man dressed in black riding on the back of a TTC bus with both hands gripped on the rear advertisement sign and his feet on the bumper.

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The video, which was shot from inside a moving vehicle, shows the bus stopping for several seconds before taking off again.

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Man clings to the back of moving city bus in Toronto . The fare-dodger was criticized Friday by TTC officials. Ross told Global News the stunt was incredibly dangerous. "This is a reckless , dangerous and stupid stunt.

"Yo, what the hell is it? What is this? Only in Toronto," the man behind the video is recorded saying.

He then goes on to ask the man on the back of the bus a question: "Oh my God. What do you gotta say?"

"Yeah, buddy. F**k the system, eh?" the man responded.

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TTC spokesperson Brad Ross told Global News the stunt was incredibly dangerous.

"This is a reckless, dangerous and stupid stunt. This unidentified individual is not only putting themselves in harm’s way but motorists, as well," Ross said.

Ross was not able to confirm when or where the incident took place.

Global News reached out to the person who posted the video for comment but has not yet received a response.

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