Graffiti Artists Delayed A Metro Train In Hadrian Road Station

By - Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

{image-1} A group of graffiti artists delayed a Metro train in Hadrian Road Station in Wallsend (England) by throwing wooden pallets on the tracks in an effort to buy enough time to piece the transit. When the operator of the transit got out to remove of the debris, he smelled paint & witnessed camera flashes going off. The artists are still at large & a cash reward has been offered in an attempt to catch the artists.

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