In Morozovsk, the Rostov region, transport police removed a man from a freight train. He was heading to the resort in a carriage with coal, the press service of the Transport Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the North Caucasus Federal District reported.
The man was found by a train receiver at the Morozovskaya station, who told the police that he had found a man in a carriage with coal while a freight train was passing through an automated inspection system. The man was dragged out of the carriage. He turned out to be an unemployed 31-year-old resident of the Kurgan region who was trying to get from the Volgograd region to the Black Sea coast. It is noted that the traveler took only his passport, money, and a homemade guitar with him. Now, a protocol for “Violation of the rules of conduct of citizens on railway, air or water transport” was drawn up.