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Sydney teenager caught smoking a bong while on the train

‘I don’t give a f***’: Boy, 15, caught smoking a BONG on a Sydney train boasts about evading police while blowing smoke at passengers

  • Teenager caught on camera in the space between the door with friends
  • He was smoking from a home-made bong fashioned out of a Gatorade bottle 
  • Transport Minister Andrew Constance slammed the use of drugs on the train 

A teenage boy caught smoking a bong on a Sydney train proudly boasted he ‘didn’t give a f***’ that he was breaking the law.

The 15-year-old boy was filmed puffing smoke in the carriage while sitting with a friend near the door of the train last June.

He was smoking from a home-made bong fashioned out of a Gatorade bottle, according to The Daily Telegraph. 

The teenager was caught on camera sitting in the space between the door with friends on a Sydney train last June

The brazen teenager said he didn’t care if passengers caught him smoking weed.  

‘There were c**ts sitting right outside the door and I opened the door, I’ve got a billy in my hand and I’m like f*** em’ – stay for a cone anyway,’ he said. 

Transport Minister Andrew Constance condemned the use of drugs on the train.

‘We will not tolerate this sort of behaviour and I will be ensuring police investigate,’ he said.

‘Incidents involving drug use on our trains are rare but we encourage anyone who witnesses this kind of behaviour to alert staff or police.’

A Sydney Trains spokesperson said it was ‘rare’ for drugs to be used. 

They were smoking from a home-made bong fashioned out of a Gatorade bottle

They were smoking from a home-made bong fashioned out of a Gatorade bottle

A New South Wales Police spokeswoman said police actively patrolled trains to catch people breaking the law.

She said anyone with information about crimes on trains should contact Crime Stoppers.  

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Transport NSW and Sydney Trains for comment. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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