fare-dodging

fare-dodging

n
Brit the practice of trying to travel on public transport without paying the fare
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Judge Jonathan Seely, who heard the appeal, accepted the defendant, of Colchester, Essex, had been caught fare-dodging only "once or twice".
FOOTBALL boss Jackie McNamara has been convicted of fare-dodging after failing to pay for a rail journey.
Passengers agree that it's important to take steps to avoid fare-dodging," he said.
While Arriva should be doing everything in its power to cut down fare-dodging, it has to give its passengers a fair chance to actually buy a ticket first.
This will drive down anti-social behaviour and, because we are working with other agencies, you may get picked up for more than fare-dodging.
Every E December 13, I remember waking up in my flat having been up all night on crack and heroin, missing my train and then fare-dodging and being picked up by Chip Somers (founder of drug and alcohol charity Focus 12), him giving me a cuddle and then going into treatment.
The blinkered ones are David Cameron and his fare-dodging Chancellor George Osborne whose focus on nothing but cuts is making things worse, as even the International Monetary Fund agrees.
Chuck off the fare-dodging muppets and keep them off.
Summary: Indonesia has installed stone balls above its railways to knock fare-dodging passengers off carriage roofs.
Those found using the fake passes have been fined for fare-dodging by Revenue Protection Officers working on behalf of the bus companies.
Alias Yousef, chairman of Coventry Taxi Drivers Association, said fare-dodging was a "massive problem" in Coventry.