170 train passengers fined for being nuisance
The Dutch railway police fined 170 passengers over the weekend for unruly behaviour.
15 September 2008
THE NETHERLANDS -- One hundred and seventy passengers were fined over the weekend for being rowdy on the trains.
In the course of a special operation on the line between Rotterdam and The Hague, Dutch railway police dressed in plain-clothes carried out extra surveillance operations.
Passengers were fined for being noisy, smoking, putting their feet on seats and obstructing railway staff.
Train authorities also arrested 13 people.
[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]
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