— Queensland Rail (@QueenslandRail) July 11, 2017
Moving furniture around the city is damn hard, so we can't blame one Brisbane man who decided to relocate his fridge via good old-fashioned public transport. Unfortunately for him, fridges (and most over-sized objects) aren't allowed on Queensland trains, and the man was fined $252 for the fridge, and more for fare evasion.
Queensland Rail posted the CCTV footage on Twitter as a reminder that no, fridges aren't allowed on trains, but the Twitter community couldn't help but praise his creativity. Can't blame him for trying, right?
— Laura Gartry (@LGartry) July 12, 2017
Bit rough to ticket the guy. I mean, you don't want everyone doing it, but points for creative thinking. https://t.co/tss4UIlFZ3
— Stuart Layt (@stuartlayt) July 12, 2017
Look, I like the resourcefulness; the careful planning ....the desperation when the mates aren't there for you with their ute... https://t.co/k5mjP5KtdB
— Stephen Murray (@smurray38) July 11, 2017
Getting the trolley was a good move. https://t.co/ZqhSztjc47
— Sarah Motherwell (@SarahMotherwell) July 12, 2017
— Lucy-Ellen Steadman (@LucySteadman) July 11, 2017
Guys why the ticket ? 😂 as! he was moving his fridge you should give him a🥇 1 man V fridge . In Germany I saw a girl with 3🦆 in her coat!
— Ismail Khan (@ismail_mk7) July 11, 2017