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Commuters travelling through Sydney’s CBD were shocked to see a naked man on Wednesday night.
The man was standing still with his hands crossed in the ticketing gate at Town Hall railway station in Sydney, completely naked.
A photo of the incident was shared online today, with the caption: “Wife sent me a pic from Town Hall this morning.”
Commuters can be seen surrounding the naked man, with some averting their eyes, while another man (cropped from the image for his privacy) is giggling as he walks away.
The naked man is staring straight ahead.
Sydney Trains confirmed the incident this afternoon.
“At 8pm on Wednesday night, Town Hall station staff noticed a man requiring medical assistance and went to his aid, while alerting police and paramedics,” a Sydney Trains spokesperson told news.com.au.
“Sydney Trains supported emergency personnel as they transported the male to hospital.”
The naked man in the image remains unidentified.
Originally published as Naked man at Town Hall station
This article first appeared on www.weeklytimesnow.com.au
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