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A 23-YEAR-OLD man has been charged after he was allegedly caught train surfing on the Joondalup line on Saturday.
The man is alleged to have spent four minutes standing on the back of the train he boarded at Leederville Station about 4.30pm.
The train reached speeds of up to 110km/h while the man allegedly clung on to a windscreen while nervous freeway passengers filmed the alleged stunt on their mobile phones.
Footage has emerged on a Perth teen training surfing on the Joondalup line. Picture: Seven NewsThe man allegedly moved on to the carriage when the train reached Glendalough Station.
The Public Transport Authority’s David Hynes said authorities arrested the man at Stirling Station.
“As soon as we found out, we started taking action. The train was going to stop at Glendalough anyway, it did. We saw that he got off and got on to the train, we arrested him at the next station,” he told Seven News.
The man has been charged with trespassing.
This article first appeared on www.perthnow.com.au
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