Musician's gig list deemed suspicious by South West Trains staff

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  1. Loge
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  2. gnasher729
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    That's the problem with the Brits, that anyone getting into any position of authority (like in this case the authority to remove someone from a train) immediately loses both the ability to use their brains and the decency to admit that they behaved idiotically.
     
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    Anyone here know the name of the artist? I have never heard of that song.

    He's lucky he didn't plan on covering 'Cop Killer', I suppose.
     
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    What an idiot. He's lucky he didn't get himself shot acting like that, everyone knows that murderers board trains and write songs on tickets.
     
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    The article linked would not load for me. Here is another for those with the same problem.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/hampshire/8572959.stm

    I don't really see anything news worthy about this. An official saw something suspicious and asked some questions delaying the guy for a few minutes.

    It's not like he arrested the musician or beat him with a rubber hose.
     

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