Hundreds of commuters kicked off train because carriage was daubed with the 'wrong kind of graffiti' that transport chiefs thought was too rude for them to see

Hundreds of commuters were kicked off a train because the graffiti daubed on the side of the carriage was deemed to be too rude, it was revealed today.
The packed Thameslink service from St Albans to Wimbledon was terminated at London Blackfriars after the ‘sexually offensive’ writing was spotted by guards.
Franchise owner Govia Thameslink Railway, which is at the centre of the Southern Rail dispute, defended its actions to avoid causing ‘further offence’ to passengers.
But it was at least the sixth time a GTR service had been cancelled in London thanks to offensive graffiti in the last... read more

12 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail

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