Mumbai : The Government Railway Police GRP of Mulund caught hold of an inebriated middle-aged woman who was spotted in a local train nude and was creating a ruckus, which led to delay of trains for over 15 minutes. She is in police custody presently and the GRP police is searching for her family. The woman, who is in her 50s, got into the luggage compartment of a CST-bound local train from platform no. She was creating chaos in the compartment when the few gentlemen came forward inform the Mulund GRP police about the same. Then, the stationmaster along with two women GRP officials came to Mulund station and tried to get her off the train.
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Photographer Mark Hollywood said he took down the page Bald Hills Train Station Photography after being contacted by police yesterday, who advised him the pictures were in breach of Queensland Rail safety regulations. He said he was awaiting further advice from police as to whether he could face charges for five-year old photographs that were taken on the tracks. A Queensland Rail spokeswoman said commercial photographers needed permission to work on their property and any pictures taken on the tracks would amount to trespassing. The page was liked by almost people and featured photographs of young women in skimpy lingerie posing in broad daylight at the train station and on rail infrastructure, including the tracks.
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