Wrong kind of drunk on the line?
I thought all rail tracks had 'sleepers' ;-)
I don`t suppose that he would have heard the train coming or felt anything. Not such a bad way to go, quick and clean.
"quick and clean".Not for the poor soul who had to clean the (bloody) mess up afterwards.
Yes very true and probably for little more than £5 an hour.
The guy obviously had a severe problem and I feel sorry for him - hope he beats it. Not one to joke over.
"The guy obviously had a severe problem"Yes, he did.As it says in the link he is "now a recovering alcoholic".
Think about the poor train driver if he had been killed.
The guy has hit the local papers BIG time.And in for more stick when The Sun gets the story tomorrow!
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