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Carrots for Russian Fare-Dodgers on April 1
1.04.2009 15:54
Carrots for Russian Fare-Dodgers on April 1

On April 1 the Krasnoyarsk ticket inspectors have prepared loads of selected carrots for Hares - this is how fare-dodgers are called in Russian. This is the second time the railwaymen of Krasnoyarsk try to solve the problem of fare dodging on local trains on All Fool's Day.
      Today, if meet a fare dodger, or a Hare in Russian, all ticket inspectors are instructed to give him/her a carrot and an instruction booklet. However, all passengers, who fancy free of charge traveling, will still have to buy a ticket and pay the fine of 100 rubles.


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