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The boss of Sydney Trains is warning passengers they will be fined for taking oversized or dangerous objects onto public transport.
Bulky and bizarre items like mattresses, futons, fridges and motorbikes are not only causing delays on the train network but are also dangerous.
Bizarre items like mattresses are making their way onto Sydney trains. (9NEWS)
This commuter took a fridge on a train. (9NEWS)“These big, bulky objects could be a serious risk to people,” Sydney Trains spokesman Howard Collins said.
“Carrying oversized things through our stations or trying to get them on the trains is a dangerous thing to do.”
There is no official size restrictions for what commuters can take onto a train but they will fined for blocking doors or train equipment.
“Get a removalist. These are places to commute, not places to move house,” Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance said.
This article first appeared on www.9news.com.au
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