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GERMAN MOON STUNT GOES BADLY WRONG

Thursday October 15th, 2009
ImageHaving been turfed off the train at Lauenbrueck station in Germany for having no ticket, a twenty two year old journalism student decided to moon at the staff members to show his disgust.
Unfortunately as he unfastened his jeans to allow himself to press his buttocks against the window of the double-decker train he managed to get them caught in the carriage door (his jeans not his buttocks). The train then pulled out and the startled youth was dragged about 200 metres before a passenger pulled the emergency brake.
Although he was unharmed except for minor cuts and bruises the young man now faces charges of dangerous interference in rail transport, insulting the train staff. Added to which his ‘insult-gone-badly-wrong’ also caused delays for 23 trains.
'It's a miracle he wasn't badly hurt. This sort of thing can end up killing you,' said a Bremen police spokesman. 'He was full of remorse when I talked to him... And he advised others not to try the same thing.'
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