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A 26-year-old learner driver is among two men charged by summons for allegedly driving a Hyundai Excel on Adelaide's Showgrounds railway station.
The Queenstown man and a 24-year-old from Cheltenham allegedly drove the car along a footpath and onto the railway station platform for about 15 metres on June 29.
There were no passengers about or trains operating at the time.
They are charged with multiple driving offences, have been banned from all train stations for three months and will be summonsed to appear in Adelaide Magistrates Court at a later date.
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