Commuter discovers two used syringes that are stuck on a Perth train seat

& # 39; What if a child has found this? & # 39; Disgusted commuter discovers two used syringes on a train seat

  • A commuter found two syringes trapped in a Perth train seat and shared image
  • Online users were furious and ashamed of the person who left syringes behind
  • Transperth staff said passengers should warn drivers if they see dangerous items

A commuter remained disgusted after discovering two used syringes trapped on a train seat in Perth.

The angry traveler shared an image of the needles stuck in the chair on Reddit.

Involved online users were furious and ashamed of the person who left the syringes.

A shocked commuter was disgusted by discovering two used syringes that were sitting in a Perth train seat

A shocked commuter was disgusted by discovering two used syringes that were sitting in a Perth train seat

& # 39; What if a child has found this?! Humanity is sh * t, & # 39; asked one person.

& # 39; Those children, one child could have sat there and stabbed themselves, why would anyone do this? & # 39 ;, another said.

& # 39; If you do that, people should be allowed to put your face in it & # 39 ;, a third party wrote.

A Transperth spokesperson said passengers should warn drivers if they see dangerous items.

"Even if no one was around, all our train wagons have buttons on every door where you can talk to the driver, and our operational staff are thoroughly trained in the safe removal of sharp objects", he said. Yahoo News.

& # 39; The safety of our passengers is our top priority and we would have removed them as quickly as possible & # 39 ;, said the spokesperson.

A Transperth spokesperson said passengers should warn drivers when they see dangerous objects (file image)

A Transperth spokesperson said passengers should warn drivers when they see dangerous objects (file image)

A Transperth spokesperson said passengers should warn drivers when they see dangerous objects (file image)

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