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Tougher penalties for reckless and idiotic behaviour at Sydney train stations could be imposed after CCTV captured a man jumping onto the tracks, narrowly escaping death.
In a 9NEWS exclusive, NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance said he wants to increase penalties after he saw the shocking video of the man walking in front of an oncoming train.
The commuter is at Banksia Station, in southern Sydney, when he jumps into the path of a train and somehow he hurls himself onto the platform.
“His legs, quite literally, are about to get smashed by that train,” Mr Constance told 9NEWS.
“We have to look at ways to ensure people grow up.
The man was captured on CCTV cameras jumping onto tracks at Banksia Station. (9NEWS)“I’m going to have a look at it (penalties) and work with the Attorney General.”
The man was captured on CCTV cameras at the station.
This article first appeared on www.9news.com.au
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