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The Railway Protection Force (RPF) arrested a man from Renigunta town of Andhra Pradesh on Sunday who allegedly performed misadventures on the railway track. The man arrested has been identified as Ramireddy who used to put LPG cylinders, toys, crackers on the railway track and upload videos of the train crushing them on YouTube.
The RPF reportedly said that the incident was reported by a Hyderabad man named Narsimha, who saw the videos on YouTube and made a complaint to Railway Police on Twitter.
Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh: Railway Protection Force (RPF) has arrested a youth named Ramireddy in Renigunta for performing misadventures on Railway tracks. Ramireddy used to put toys, crackers, cylinders on railway track & upload videos of trains crushing these on YouTube. pic.twitter.com/5GGMG6J8XR
— ANI (@ANI) August 11, 2019
The accused reportedly said, “I like YouTube. I used to watch videos regularly. Videos of such adventures attracted me. I saw many videos of a train crushing things. I am inspired by them and made such videos because they get lakhs of views. I did not know it is a crime. I am finding that out now only.” After that Ramireddy, the accused urged the people not to indulge in such activities.
The police reportedly said that a case has been registered against him and he has sent on remand.