No ticket, no problem! Hilarious moment man stumbles through ticket gates in front of guards before falling to the ground in Perth
- A Perth man who attempted to bypass guards at ticket gate has had an epic fall
- Footage of the man falling over was captured by a passer-by on the escalator
- The video shows the man walk up to the gate before he comes crashing down
- Facebook users took to social media to share their thoughts of the fare evader
A Perth man who attempted to bypass security guards at a ticket gate has stumbled through the barrier in spectacular fashion.
Hilarious footage of the man attempting to plough his way through the gate before he came crashing down was captured by a passerby this week.
In the video, which was posted to Facebook on Thursday, the man struggles to stand up on an escalator as he grasps onto the railing with both hands.
In the video, which was posted to Facebook on Thursday, the man (pictured left and right) struggles to stand up on an escalator as he grasps onto the railing with both hands
As the escalator comes to an end, the man makes a beeline towards the open ticket gate, where two guards are waiting to inspect his ticket.
The man, who seems to be unfazed by the security guards presence, builds up momentum and brazenly tries to storm the gate before one of the guards tries to stop him.
‘Excuse me,’ the guard says, before yelling out ‘Oi!’
Determined to make his way through the gate, the man ploughs through the ticket gate in front of the guards before he falls to the ground.
The man then wails and writhes on the ground as the two guards approach him.
‘No ticket; no worries. Just run it bro, should be sweet,’ the accompanying video caption stated.
Determined to make his way through the gate, the man (pictured left and right) ploughs through the ticket gate in front of the guards before he falls to the ground
The post has since garnered plenty of comments from amused Facebook users, with some taking to social media to share their thoughts of the brazen fare evader.
‘When your doll money runs out cause you spent your train money on another schooner at the pub,’ one person wrote.
‘I wouldent Evan (sic) charge him a ticket I’d send him on the way with a salute,’ another person said.
A third person added: ‘Attack life with the same confidence as this man.’