Does a ticket examiner affect the behaviour of passengers?

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  1. bAzTNM

    bAzTNM Member

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    This is probably more of a rhetorical question, but anyway.

    I was on a train today (won't name it) that had the absolute worst and rudest ticket examiner I have ever had the misfortune of coming across. He was just unbelievably rude to people. As a result, the passengers became a bit rowdy (giving cheek back to the guy).

    Basically, does a ticket examiner affect the behaviour of passengers? Thanks!
     
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  3. EM2

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    Behaviour breeds behaviour in any walk of life, I tend to find.
     
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    Probably does. And by the same token the behaviour of passengers would also affect the attitude go a guard
     
  5. DXC

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    I'd say it does have seen it many times, for the better and worse.
     
  6. Scotrail84

    Scotrail84 Established Member

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    Judging by your post i think it answers your own question ;)
     
  7. amcluesent

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    Needs reporting to the TOC customer services.
     
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    He wasn't exactly very cheeky to me, but he gave me a big lecture about my bike. I felt like I was in school again. I couldn't see why he was moaning. The train only had a few people in it, and he was annoying them.
     
  9. district

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    If it really bothers you then PM me the TOC and I'll find you the CEO's email... if your bike wasn't permitted 'by the book' then you should have got a lecture?

    Don't really have a lot of details to comment on :s
     
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    Don't bother - I know which TOC he's on about, and I know about the behaviour of the Chief Exec if he gets wind of someone he doesn't like.
     
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