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Train-surfing lovers go on a date with death in Belarus

  • A teenage couple went train surfing for a date on an intercity express in Belarus
  • The intercity express train can reach speeds of up to 75mph 
  • Alexander Ivanov, 19, and Lilia Semenihina’s, 18, have been dating for over a year
  • The daredevil couple both have an interest in extreme sports, and Alexander said: ‘It was a really romantic adventure for us’

This daredevil pair took getting the train together to new extremes by train surfing on a date.

After jumping on an intercity express in October 2017, Alexander Ivanov, 19, grabs his 18-year-old girlfriend Lilia Semenihina’s hand so she can also climb aboard.

Clinging on to the windscreen wipers, the intrepid teenagers – who have been together for just over a year – hold on tight as the engine pulls out of the station in Gomel, Belarus.

Hold on tight! Adrenaline junkies Alexander Ivanov, 19, and Lilia Semenihina, 18, went on an adventurous date on a speeding train in Belarus

Risky: The pair, who have been dating for just over a year, both have an interest in extreme sports

Risky: The pair, who have been dating for just over a year, both have an interest in extreme sports

Zooming through the Russian countryside, Alexander gets out a selfie stick and films the pair of them perched on train’s bumper.

Alexander, from Moscow, said: ‘It was a really romantic adventure for us.

‘We are both interested in extreme sports and decided to train surf together.

Romantic: Boyfriend Alexander, from Moscow, said: 'It was a really romantic adventure for us'

Romantic: Boyfriend Alexander, from Moscow, said: ‘It was a really romantic adventure for us’

Alexander filmed the excursion and the couple shared a fist bump as they began their adventure

Alexander filmed the excursion and the couple shared a fist bump as they began their adventure

‘The train can get up to speeds of 75mph as it is an intercity train.

‘We do want to push our love to the limits.

‘There are loads of buildings and towers we’d love to climb together, as well as more trains to ride.’



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