on Sydney's trains:

“Transit Officers and Police randomly patrol trains.”
Patrol trains randomly or randomly patrol trains?

Either way, such a lack of rigour is hardly becoming in law enforcement operatives.

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5 Responses to on Sydney's trains:

  1. modestypress says:

    When I was in college, I worked as a night watchman. I guarded a freezer plant. I would go from a hot Los Angeles night into a below zero freezer containing frozen New Zealand rock fish and then back out into the hot night again. I am afraid this is the random comment your post about Austrailian random law enforcement inspired.

  2. truce says:

    the more random, the better 🙂

  3. They need a better phrase, such as “Be forewarned of unscheduled patrols.”

  4. piereth says:

    Knowing the police, they DO randomly patrol trains! One minute, all over the train like a rash, the next – sitting in the guard’s van playing poker. You never know. Sometimes, they check the roof. Others, the running gear. It’s the element of surprise.

  5. truce says:

    “No one suspects the Spanish Inquisition…”

    Maybe they’ve been watching too much Monty Python.

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