15 Free Riders Journey From Moscow to St. Petersburg

Free Riders Journey From Moscow to St. Petersburg

Posted on April 16, 2012 by team

Young people go from Moscow to St. Petersburg and back by electric trains. They have to change 4 times. All the way takes about 16 hours.

They do not buy tickets. They either manage to escape controllers, or move from one car to another, or controllers do not approach such a big marginal crowd being afraid (like in case with football fans). That’s the meaning of such a journey – economy and adventures, you’ll never mess up this country with any other else.

via photopolygon

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15 Responses to “Free Riders Journey From Moscow to St. Petersburg”

  1. Osip says:

    I am sorry, this was waste of my time.

  2. Apu Gupta says:

    just a bunch of worthless lowlifers, plus football fans are not even to be considered as humans.

  3. People's Commissar says:

    The should be sent to gulag.

  4. Buddhist Hippie Chick says:

    10th photo – neo-nazi materials promoting violence.

  5. Someone with a brain says:

    The 10th photo is a left wing / punk symbol against neo nazis and racism.

  6. reznor says:

    if you look better, you’ll see it’s actually anti-nazi.
    But of course it’s still violent…

  7. skopeil says:

    a bunch of craps…

  8. ayo says:

    buddhist hippie, that is actually quite the oposite! This is ANTIFA stickers “Good night white pride” with a picture of ANTIFA kicking nazis face in.

    • OLUT says:

      I wondered what that meant, like if it meant “Good night” because it’s being dismissed, told to go away. Or if it meant they believe white pride makes the nights better. That’s good it is Anti-Nazi.

  9. Taisto says:

    Good people.

  10. YJ says:

    If there is a thing such as Nazi Hippies they are it.

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