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A group of friends have been slammed after using a seat on a public train carriage to mimic a mechanical bull ride.
Vision has emerged showing one man sitting atop a switchable backrest - designed to be repositioned so commuters can change seating direction – while his friends kick the seat back and forth on a Sydney train.
The clip was uploaded to Facebook where it amassed a flurry of outraged comments from members of the public.
The video shows one man sitting atop a switchable backrest while his friends kick the seat back and forth.
Several commenters have taken the men to task and said they should be punished over the footage, which has amassed more than 160,000 views.
'They should be made to do community service on the railways where they get to experience the other side of their so called 'fun', one commenter wrote.
'Without public transport, you'll be walking ur ar** to wherever ur going ya idiots!! (sic)' wrote another.
'Extremely stupid and disrespectful. I despise the way these idiotic children act in public,' one woman commented,' another comment on the video reads.
NSW transport said they were aware of the footage and had referred the matter to police.
But other commenters commended the men and said they would be trying to recreate the footage themselves.
NSW transport said they were aware of the footage and had referred the matter to police, reports Yahoo News.
'Customers travelling on NSW TrainLink services must ensure they treat public property with respect,' a spokesperson said.
'NSW TrainLink has installed CCTV cameras on the majority of its intercity trains and Police Transit Command Officers regularly patrol our services.
This article first appeared on www.dailymail.co.uk
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