A train driver in the UK has been fined after he posted a rant online about trains crashing into cars, saying: “It’s the worst thing in the world.”
The post came after one of the three deaths on a London Underground train earlier this year.
In the post, posted on Friday, Mr Bosteel claimed he had experienced “hundreds” of “cars getting smashed by trains”.
The Metropolitan Police said the post had been “satisfactory” and Mr Boteel was suspended from his role with the rail company for a year. “
I have been riding trains for 30 years, and this is the worst, the worst possible thing you could do.”
The Metropolitan Police said the post had been “satisfactory” and Mr Boteel was suspended from his role with the rail company for a year.
“A review of our train operations was launched in the wake of the death of a woman on a Tube train,” a Met spokesman said.
The Met added that Mr Bongel had been suspended for one year. “
Following a thorough investigation and a review of social media, a review board has concluded that the individual’s conduct was unacceptable and a further investigation has been launched.”
The Met added that Mr Bongel had been suspended for one year.
Mr Botesen has previously made comments about “mild paedophilia” and the “greatest danger” to the UK and the US.
He was also criticised by British politicians after a Facebook post about a bomb plot in London’s Westminster Abbey.
In that post, Mr Trump branded Mr Bosel a “moron” and said he had “no respect” for British authorities.