Designer sunglasses, rolled up jeans and a new hairstyle: photo of undercover ticket inspector sent to catch ticket evaders distributes passengers
- The sense of fashion of an undercover ticket inspector has made the Facebook page mad
- The photo of the well-cared for authorized officer was posted on social media
- A number of users commented on his appearance while others were left angry
A photo of a well dressed undercover Victorian ticket agent has sent social media in madness after it was shared online.
The image, shared with Facebook page Beautiful, Talented & Deadly, shows the young man, officially known as an officer, who scans a passenger's myki smart card on a tram in Melbourne on 11 April.
The photo shows the officer dressed in designer glasses, rolled up jeans, ADIDAS runners and a well-groomed beard while making laps on the tram.
The image, shared with Facebook page Beautiful, Talented & Deadly, shows the young man, officially known as Authorized Officer, a passenger's smart card on a Melbourne card.
Facebook users responded quickly to the photo.
& # 39; This guest pulled me on the tram to La Trobe at least once a week, & # 39; wrote a user.
& # 39; Undercover inspector looks like he decided to appear at his service after being in the Cloud Nine nightclub until 6:00 am, & # 39; another added.
Many quickly commented on the appearance of the inspector.
A Facebook user said: & # 39; Is he fining you or is he just something that is so good? & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; I will never top up my MYKI again! Pls let him pay me & # 39 ;.
While another wrote: & # 39; There I put my foot on the chair & # 39 ;.
Others said they might have ended up with the competent official.
& # 39; Omfg I swear this is exactly the same PTV officer I saw in the first year & # 39 ;, one user wrote.
& # 39; This is the tram inspector I ran away from! & # 39; another one added.
While others were not too happy with ordinary officers.
& # 39; They become more honestly creative, & # 39; someone wrote.
& # 39; No one is safe & # 39 ;, another added.
If you have been caught on Victorian public transport without a valid ticket, the competent official will submit a report to the Ministry of Transport
A Public Transport Victoria spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that if you are approached by an ordinary officer with normal clothing they must show their PTV identification.
& # 39; Authorized officials work in uniforms or regular garments on trains, trams, and buses every day of the week, said the spokeswoman.
More than 600 authorized officers work on public transport, check tickets at stations and stops, major public transport hubs and on trains, trams and buses.
& # 39; They play a vital role in ensuring that public transport runs smoothly and that everyone pays for what they want & # 39 ;, said the spokeswoman.
If you have been caught on Victorian public transport without a valid ticket, the competent official will submit a report to the Ministry of Transport.
After reviewing the report, PTV may decide to impose a fine on the passenger, issue a warning or send a summons.
Failure to produce a valid ticket has a maximum fine of $ 242 for adults and $ 81 for minors.
Failure to produce a valid ticket has a maximum fine of $ 242 for adults and $ 81 for minors