VIRAL: Drunk TTE misbehaves with woman passenger at Bengaluru railway station | WATCH
A day after the incident of a drunk ticket collector allegedly peeing on a sleeping woman on a running train came to light, another similar incident is hitting headlines wherein a TTE, in an inebriated state, misbehaved with a woman passenger at Bengaluru railway station.
The video of the incident is doing rounds on the internet. The woman passenger alleged that the drunk TTE misbehaved with her while asking to show her ticket at the platform. In the video, the TTE can be seen asking the passenger to show her ticket as she searched for the ticket on her mobile phone. This sparked a verbal brawl between them.
Watch the viral video here:
The TTE was also accused of trying to touch the woman passenger and abusing her. The accused alleged that she got onto the train without a ticket. Reports said the TTE has been suspended by the railways and an investigation is also underway.
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On Tuesday, another such incident took place wherein a drunk TTE allegedly peed on a woman’s head onboard the Amritsar-Kolkata Akal Takht Express. As per a Government Railway Police (GRP), the incident occured on March 12.
The woman was travelling with her husband and both were residents of Amritsar. Reports further said the incident took place at midnight in the A1 coach of Akal Takht Express and the drunk TTE was identified as Munna Kumar hailing from Bihar.
The accused TTE was nabbed by the passengers and handed over to the GRP when the train reached Charbagh Railway Station, Lucknow on Monday.
In February, a drunk man aboard a Managlore-bound bus peed on a woman passenger’s seat in Karnataka. Reports said the incident happened when the woman deboarded the bus for refreshment around 10 pm. The news was confirmed by the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation.
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