You Have Reached Your Final Destination

Submitted by: Beardofzeus 5 years ago in Funny

Punk kid gets owned by passenger for wasting everyone"s time. Scottish style!
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Male 97
And then, Lawsuit
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Male 526
what the hell was that all about? couldn`t understand the old guy. out of no where a thug throws him off. if he a ticket that should have been enough. i would sue, that looked like it hurt being tossed to the ground like that.
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Male 2,528
I hate to break it to you folks, but Angilion is actually correct. It was proven that the kid had bought the tickets that he said he bought. It`s not his fault that the ticket clerk screwed up.

I also believe it was handled wrong, even if the kid was trying to scam.
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Male 12,365


[quote]correcting one person at a time with his know-it-all bullpoo.[/quote]

You claim I know everything. I don`t. So why are you holding me responsible for your obviously incorrect belief? Your posts have nothing to do with me.

[quote]Angie: make the world a better place, buddy. Strap yourself to a nice, heavy safe, and go for a swim.[/quote]

A tempting idea, but I think I`ll pass.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I guess I`m threatened by Angilion. Yes, that`s it. He knows EVERYTHING about everything![/quote]

Nice of you to say so, but your praise of me is far more than I deserve. I know a little about quite a few things, nothing more than that.

[quote]Makes me feel so small and insignificant.[/quote]

You do that to yourself. Remember what I said about mental illness? Perhaps your fits of rage stem from depression. A doctor might be able to help.

[quote]Look, he even knew I`m mentally ill![/quote]

Well, you could just be pretending.

[quote]He takes a long enough break from his porn, cheetos, and w.o.w.[/quote]

1 out of 3 is a far higher level of accuracy than you normally reach. Well done!

[quote]to log on to IAB and change the world,[/quote]

Change the world via an unimportant and extremely transient forum? Hardly likely.
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Male 886
I don`t care if he had a ticket or not. He obviously had an attitude, cursed at his seniors, and should have done more to prove he had a ticket that was legit.

I guess he won`t be so quick to curse at someone next time.

lmao
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Male 40
Hmm...what is my problem. Well lets see. I guess I`m threatened by Angilion. Yes, that`s it. He knows EVERYTHING about everything! Makes me feel so small and insignificant. Look, he even knew I`m mentally ill! Yes, that must be it....or whatever is directly the OPPOSITE of that. He takes a long enough break from his porn, cheetos, and w.o.w. to log on to IAB and change the world, correcting one person at a time with his know-it-all bullpoo. Angie: make the world a better place, buddy. Strap yourself to a nice, heavy safe, and go for a swim.
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Male 12,365
[quote]He was trying to con a free ride.
Unless @angilion can link some further information, this video and @beardofzues`s link are all we have to go by.
It`s speculation that "he had the wrong ticket by accident" and much more likely he`s just scamming the system.[/quote]

No, it isn`t. The train company looked at their records. He bought two singles, as he said he had. So he can`t have been scamming - he paid the correct price for the correct number of tickets. The ticket system is computerised and there`s a recording trail. It wasn`t hard to check.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Angilion - He didn`t show the ticket inspector guy his ticket, thus for all the ticket inspector knew, he had only bought one single, not two.[/quote]

He did show his ticket, but it was an incorrect ticket.

This has all been confirmed by the train company (which, of course, has records of tickets sold).

So the youth had paid the right amount for two tickets, two singles between those two destinations. He`d bought two singles from A to B instead of one from A to B and one from B to A.

It wouldn`t have been a problem if it wasn`t for everyone involved being an arse about it. The easiest solution would have been to phone ahead and have him met by the transport police when he got off the train.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I would like to point out that I logged in specifically for the opportunity to articulate again that every time I see a comment or group of comments by this prick Angilion, I want to smash his fuuuuckin face in. Thank you, that is all.[/quote]

I`m always glad to help people who are mentally ill in some way, like you. You might get more effective help if you went to a trained professional, though. Just some free advice.
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Male 12,365
[quote]this kid was WRONG, regardless of our esteemed angilion`s opinion.[/quote]

I thought this was clear:

[quote]Everyone involved in this incident was an arse about it. They`re all in the wrong.[/quote]

So...which bit didn`t you understand? Was it `everyone`? `an arse`? `wrong`?

So I said the youth was being an arse about it and was in the wrong...why do you think your reply makes any sense?
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Male 3,631
What is you fuuuuuuckin problem `fell`swoop?
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Male 798
Wow, looks like we have some real badasses here, "HURR WELL I WUDDA SMASHED HIZ FACE IN CUZ IM HARD".

No you drating wouldn`t, and the fact that you get so pumped up by a drating ticket mistake shows how dense you are.
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Male 2,345
big guy may have been morally right but assault is still assault. I would imagine the judge will be extremely easy on him but the situation did not warrant his involvement. the ticket conductor should have called security about 10 minutes prior to the big guy getting involved.
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Male 1,629
granted, the train company should have fixed the error. BUT, you cant expect them to do it after the fact. they cannot fix it after you have already boarded and left. the kid was an non-nice individual, the old man couldnt care less, and the "big man" did nothing wrong, no matter what legal technicality is against him.
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Male 583
lol @ indiana jones reference
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Male 40
I would like to point out that I logged in specifically for the opportunity to articulate again that every time I see a comment or group of comments by this prick Angilion, I want to smash his fuuuuckin face in. Thank you, that is all.
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Male 670
@Gerry - here is a link to the delinquent`s defense... Link I personally think everybody was at fault. The kid should have been calmer, the attendant should have simply called the transport police who could have been at the next stop, and the `big man` should have covered his face ;)
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Male 7,774
And because our feeble lawmakers don`t have the balls to protect the decent folk of society against scrotes like this kid, the big fella was actually prosecuted for this. Notice how everyone applauded him. Doesn`t matter, the law-breakers have more rights than the rest of us.
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Male 25,417
in all fairness that would be concidered assault and could lead to fines or jail time. O but it looks like it was deserved
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Male 40,315
He was trying to con a free ride.
Unless @angilion can link some further information, this video and @beardofzues`s link are all we have to go by.
It`s speculation that "he had the wrong ticket by accident" and much more likely he`s just scamming the system.
I`m glad someone helped the old fellow out and tossed his delinquint butt out! Too freaking bad he left his bags on board, goto unclaimed luggage to get them back, jerk! If he`d been nice about it, none of that would have happened, so sod him!
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Male 2,552
I could watch this all day. ^^
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Male 559
[quote]Due to a mistake, he`d been sold 2 A to B singles, rather than 1 A to B and 1 B to A. [/quote]

@Angellion

...so you are saying he didn`t have a ticket for the train he was on?

How do you know the details of this incident?

What gives the kid the right to swear at someone asking to see his ticket? If nothing else, he should have been thrown off for that.
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Male 593
Yes its so old , but its so good!!!!!
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Male 1,737
*starts a slow golf clap*
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Female 4,086
there`s always a right way and a wrong way to handle things. this kid was WRONG, regardless of our esteemed angilion`s opinion. all he had to do was politely show the old man all of his ticket paraphenalia and the matter could have been resolved quickly in a polite and adult manner.

but the kid decided he was better than everyone else and screw the consequences. so i`m glad he got his ass handed to him. maybe it taught the little canker sore some manners.
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Male 1,072
This is so old!!
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Female 32
Bottom line: The kid is a moron for not getting correct tickets, and more so because he failed to explain the situation.
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Male 2,551
Angilion - He didn`t show the ticket inspector guy his ticket, thus for all the ticket inspector knew, he had only bought one single, not two.
It`s because of people who do that that you can`t just trust people when they say that they have paid.
Not only that, a lot of London (unsure about Scottish) places say you can be fined and/or removed from the transport if you fail to show your ticket when asked.
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Male 12,365
As for him trying to force his way back on, well, what would you do if you`d been dumped somewhere and someone had taken your phone, your computer *and your insulin* and was leaving with it?

Yes, insulin. As in "you need to have this on you or you might die".
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Male 12,365
[quote]The kid was indeed being a d-bag, but he had a ticket for the same train going in the wrong direction. Chances are it`s the same price ticket.[/quote]

It is. So he`d paid the correct price for the two trips he made.

In case anyone is wondering about why he bought two singles instead of a return, it`s a matter of timing and price. A return can be used any time during the day. A single can be bought for off-peak times only. If you`re going off-peak times both ways, it can be cheaper to buy two off-peak singles than one return (which could be used during peak times, when tickets are more expensive, so it can be more expensive than two off-peak singles).

Everyone involved in this incident was an arse about it. They`re all in the wrong.
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Male 12,365
[quote]It`s not likely he was sold a ticket at Station A that was for going from Station B back to Station A. He got there on the train earlier and tried to get back on with the same one way ticket.[/quote]

No, he didn`t.

He intended to buy, tried to buy, paid for and thought he had bought two tickets. One from A to B and one from B to A. Two singles, one in each direction. In some circumstances, it`s cheaper than buying a return.

He had two tickets. Tickets which he thought were the ones he had intended to buy and had paid for - a single from A to B and a single from B to A.

He`d gone from A to B using a valid ticket from A to B.

So he had one ticket left from the 2 he had bought. He`d used the A to B, so he had the B to A left.

He showed that ticket when travelling back from B to A.

Due to a mistake, he`d been sold 2 A to B singles, rather than 1 A to B and 1 B to A.

So he had paid.
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Male 1,582
Why does drating everyone on IAB have a dick up there ass. I swear /b/ is more intelligent that the bunch of you.
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Male 2,419
@McDuff
That "child" (yes, child of mind but not age) wasn`t harassed, he was removed from private property for being an abusive dickensian. If his ticket was indeed sold to him wrong he should have that corrected, not try to piss off a train full of people.
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Male 798
Wow IAB, way to sink to a new low. If he was missold a round-trip ticket, then it is the railway`s job to attempt to fix it, not throw someone off the train for it. Do you really think that they would have treated an older person like that in the same situation, with the ticket dude recruiting a random passenger to throw them off?
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Male 2,419
@BostonKaiser
It`s not likely he was sold a ticket at Station A that was for going from Station B back to Station A. He got there on the train earlier and tried to get back on with the same one way ticket.
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Male 1,215
If he was sold the wrong ticket, he should have gotten off the train and straightened it out as the conductor told him to do.
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Female 4,359
I hope the old bastard gets done, who`s to say he`s right and the kid is wrong? whatever, it doesn`t justify assult does it.
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Male 871
he was missold a ticket by the travel company and then assaulted by a randomn member of the public,how would you feel if your child was assaulted by a someone!?
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Male 928
The guy got charged with assault for having to do someone else`s job. Sad really. I mean that looked exactly like what the police here would have done if you refused to leave when asked and that is if they were actually doing their job correctly. It is usually far worse with the tasing and the pepper spray and night sticks and whatever else they claim is non lethal and acceptable to deploy at the time.
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Female 37
Serves that little s h i t right. Sucks that Big Man`s being charged.
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Female 64
That`s not Scottish style. That`s just one non-nice individual shoving another non-nice individual off a bus.
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Male 670
I submitted this a couple of weeks ago, and the story has now developed: The `big man` has been charged with assault!Link to story on BBC
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Male 186
I worked the Chicago METAs. Wanted to throw people off a thousand times.
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Male 76
Gotta hate these annoying kids that think they can do what they want and no one will punish them.
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Male 3,060
"GET OFF MY TRAIN!"

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Female 6,381
Apparently spelling it "f-u-k-c-head" doesn`t work either.
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Male 39,565

Well, what can you expect of the scotts?
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Female 6,381
I hate freeloaders. I pay too much to ride transit in my city, while bums, druggies, nutcases, and general fudgecheads climb on the bus without fare or a word to the driver, and then stink and twitch and pick at themselves in the midst of us who are just trying to go to work in part so we can PAY OUR BUS FARES!!
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Male 248
If I had the cash on me I would have just paid his fare...
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Male 505
RCola:

He had a single train ticket for the "outbound" journey. The kid had bought a single going from A-B and went to B, then he tried coming back on that same ticket, he didn`t have a B-A ticket. You need two tickets for a return journey one there and one back.
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Male 97
The kid was indeed being a d-bag, but he had a ticket for the same train going in the wrong direction. Chances are it`s the same price ticket. The same thing`s happened to me on NJTransit only the conductor wasn`t such a hardass about it. Should he have gotten tackled? Probably not.
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Male 5,314
ok
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Male 1,449
NICE!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 670
Link: You Have Reached Your Final Destination [Rate Link] - Punk kid gets owned by passenger for wasting everyone`s time. Scottish style!
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