Teen Buddies Caught SURFING BUS Each Get Fined $195 As Couple Gets Banned From Public Transport After Daring Stunt
- Reckless Teens Hanging From the Back of a Bus Spotted in Rush Hour
- Photos of the dangerous stunt on social media led the police to fine the couple
- They have also been banned from all public transport in Adelaide for three months
Reckless teens who dangerously clung to the back of a city bus during rush hour have each been fined $195 and banned from using public transit for the dangerous stunt.
The reckless couple were charged after concerned local residents in Adelaide saw them surfing near a busy interchange on May 20 at 4:45 p.m.
Photos on social media of the couple sparked a police investigation by officers from the Public Transport Safety Section.
They later found a 17-year-old from Greenwith, Adelaide, and his 16-year-old buddy from nearby Salisbury Heights.
Photos on social media of the reckless teens clinging precariously to the back of a city bus during rush hour (pictured) sparked a police investigation by officers from the Public Transport Safety Section.
They have now been banned from all forms of public transport in Adelaide for three months, in addition to each of their $195 fines for ‘driving in a non-transport area of a vehicle’.
A police spokesman told Daily Mail Australia: ‘It’s no ordinary crime and hopefully this couple learned their lesson.’