This merry ride can be daily watched on the platforms and in the suburban trains in Russia.
A large number of people choose not to pay for the ticket, but in this case they have to run away from ticket inspectors.
It's fun to watch this process. Have a look.
2.The nearest train is to the platform "Forty-seventh kilometer." I don't know, where this is, but I took the train. The car is full.
3. The car was not that full, but not empty. It's a weekday morning in the direction of the suburbs. Just imagine what's going on in the opposite direction.
4. Ticket inspectors come in the car. I was running away from them a while ago. But then I understood that this looks a bit humiliating.
5. While the inspectors a busy checking the ticket, people who are without ones get up and run to another car. People are almost all gone. There are onle a couple og old ladies left and some people, who are honest enough to buy a ticket.
8. All that can be done with a free-rider is to make him pay for the ticket, with 50 rubles for "services for issuing a ticket."
10. They all run: the old, the young, Muscovites and migrants, old ladies in rags, and respectable men in suits. And this is not about money.
11.The secret is simple. When the ticket inspectors enter the car, all the free-riders run to the nearest tambour. Then at the nearest station they go out and run to the car, where the inspectors have already checked everything.
12. There is sometimes heavy traffinc in the train. Drivers know about the running process, but they do not shut the doors in front of the free-riders, cause it is dangerous and they are the ones who would be responcible for the injuries.
13. Vykhino station. One of the busiest in the morning and evening rush hours stations. For the railway it is the border of Moscow and the region, and at the same time it is near a metro station.
14. People have to go through railway tourniquets and then through the subway ones. It is uncomfortable.
16. But there is security here. so it is more dangerous than to run away from ticket inspectors. The most desperate ones jump over the fances. Others walk in the opposite direction.