VIDEO on ScotRail: Alleged No Ticket, Fare-Dodger Is Thrown Off Train on Edinburgh to Perth Route

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British Transport Police are investigating the incident involving a train customer assisting a conductor by throwing an alleged offender off of the train, which was caught on video on Friday December 9, 2011.

A man with a large build picks up a scrawny young male after the male refused to exit the train as requested by the conductor for alleged failure to have a valid ticket, and refusal to pay his fare.

ScotRail domestic passenger trains within Scotland, northern England and the cross-border Caledonian Sleeper service to London using the brand ScotRail which is the property of the Scottish Government. The ScotRail network is a mixture of long-distance, commuter and rural lines. Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland, and the second largest city in Scotland. Perth is in central Scotland, about 45 miles north of Edinburgh.

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