Hi Guys, Any help of this would be much appreciated, just looking to get some info to see if I could appeal a fine I received in the post. First I'll explain what happened. I was travelling from Waterloo to Surbiton on a 1-6 travelcard the morning after the night before, fell asleep and wound up in Guilford. I switched platforms to go back to Surbiton without buying another ticket. At this point I was on the waiting train to go back when the inspector came through and asked to see my ticket. I explained that I only had a travelcard as I had fallen asleep trying to get to Surbiton, I was on a Surbiton bound train so would have thought this seemed believable. So the guy took me off the train and started taking all of my details. He never really explained what the outcome of all of this would be, as I was half asleep I didn't argue and just gave all of my details. After taking all of my details he asked if I had money to buy a ticket so I said yes and went and bought one. I understand I was travelling without a ticket but would have thought a bit of leniency would be appropriate given the circumstances and that I wasn't trying to gain anything by it. Fast forward a couple of weeks and I have a letter asking for £80 or risk prosecution etc. I probably intend to reply rejecting the fine. I just wanted to check what my chances were going down this route. Also shouldn't the guy have offered me a £20 penalty fare on the spot? I would have been fine with paying that. The guy seemed very keen to issue fines and when I got back on the next train seemed to be fining a guy who was waiting on the platform? All a bit odd. Anyway any advice would be much appreciated.