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Zbąszynek. He didn't have a ticket or documents and hit the conductor in the face

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A train passenger who attacked the conductor may face up to 3 years in prison. The reason for the aggression was the lack of a valid ticket and documents. When the train stopped in Zbąszynek (Lubusz Voivodeship), the Railway Protection Service intervened.

An aggressive passenger attacked the conductor. The incident took place on May 11 on the Warszawa Wschodnia-Frankfurt (Oder) train. “The reason for the 32-year-old's aggression was the lack of a valid ticket and identity documents. Ultimately, he hit the 33-year-old in the face with his head, causing abrasions and destroying his glasses,” the Railway Protection Guard said in a statement.

The passenger got out and the conductor continued driving

The train crew informed the police about the attack, and the officer on duty notified the SOK patrol, which appeared at the railway station in Zbąszynek (Lubusz Voivodeship). And that's where the perpetrator of beating the conductor was caught. Police officers participated in some of the activities.

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– We were asked for help in confirming the details of a passenger who allegedly violated his bodily integrity. We provided this support. The perpetrator provided his data and the police verified it, says tvn24.pl. Marcin Ruciński, spokesman for the Świebodzin police.

The attacked conductor did not require medical assistance and continued driving. The 32-year-old faces a prison sentence of up to 3 years for violating the bodily integrity of a public official.

“The Warszawa Wschodnia-Frankfurt (Oder) train had a 5-minute delay,” the Railway Protection Guard reported.

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