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A man has been caught on camera puffing away on a cigarette while sitting in a train carriage.
As 'all stations to Campbelltown' rings out over the platform, one Sydney passenger just can't wait for his nicotine fix.
In the video credited to Scarlett Crawford and posted on Brown Cardigan's Instagram, the unidentified man is seen exhaling clouds of smoke as the train pulls away.
Smoking has been prohibited on trains and covered stations since the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000.
The ban was extended in 2013 to include all platforms and interchanges, regardless of whether they are covered or not, according to Sydney Trains.
If caught breaking these rules, travelers face a penalty notice of $300 and a maximum fine of $550.
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