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Trader Jakes – Issue 895- June 19, 2020

“In God we trust” Page 5

DON’T BE MISTREATED!

IF YOU ARE IN AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP

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NEWS around the WORLD

ACCORDING TO ANANOVA

Indonesian rail bosses have launched another crackdown on pas-

sengers who 'surf' the roofs of the country's trains - by suspending

large concrete balls from bridges over the railway lines.

THRILLSEEKING ‘TRAIN SURFERS’ IN INDONESIA

will

be brought down to earth with a bump as part of a new scheme to

crack down on fare dodgers.Rail bosses in Indonesia hope they’re

on the right track to get rid of pesky roof-riders – by installing

grapefruit-sized concrete balls to sweep the tops of carriages. They

hope to derail hundreds of passengers who dice with death by

clambering on top of trains, either to dodge the fares or escape the

crush inside. A spokesman for the state-owned railway company,

PT Kereta Api, said: ‘We’ve tried just about everything, even putting

rolls of barbed wire on the roof, but nothing seems to work. Maybe

this will do it.’The first set of the silver-painted balls was installed

near a station just outside Jakarta. But the effect was rather lost

when it emerged bungling officials had made the chains too short,

leaving a gap of about 40cm (16in) between the balls and passing

trains.Roof surfers – known as ‘atappers’ or ‘roofers’ – vowed to

come out on top of the scheme. Shopkeeper and commuter

Mulyanto, 27, said it sounded like it could be ‘really dangerous’ but

he didn’t think it would last long.‘They’ve tried everything to keep

us from riding, but in the end we always win,’ he said.The extreme

measure is the latest bizarre scheme to surface in the ongoing bat-

tle between train operators and roof surfers.Paint guns were set

up several years ago and clerics and guard dogs were brought

in.But when none of these efforts worked and police tried to arrest

the culprits, they were pelted with rocks and promptly gave up.

Indonesia Cracks Down on 'Train

Surfing' with Help of Concrete Balls

Concrete Balls Suspended from

Bridges over Railway Lines