25 Meanwhile In the Subway of Saint Petersburg

Meanwhile In the Subway of Saint Petersburg

Posted on December 30, 2012 by team

This video was shot in Gorkovskaya subway station of St. Petersburg. We are not going to comment this somehow and try to give any explanations, just see and conclude on this yourself.

What is happening there, do you think?

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25 Responses to “Meanwhile In the Subway of Saint Petersburg”

  1. Les says:

    I think that the turnstile machine’s are broken, there can not be that many dishonest people…..

    • gus says:

      Not broken. But they should replace them with smooth boxes with nothing to grab onto.

    • Russiafan says:

      Years ago I saw the same thing in Paris. Yes. there are that many dishonest people.

    • A-Star says:

      The turnstile machine’s are OK. I’ve never seen any broken turnstile machine in St.Petersburg subway. They are muslims going home after Kurban Bayram ceremony. Gorkovskaya subway station is near city mosque. Police can’t do anything against thousands of trespassers.

  2. gorfop says:

    Does it mean – muslims in Russia dont pay? Why Christians hafta pay for the tickets than?

  3. 山下智久 love the nokia lumia says:

    happy new year to all!o>_<~

  4. YJ says:

    They need some ultra nationalists to kick their ass.

  5. leon says:

    those who jump don’t want to pay

  6. Mynde says:

    The goat bleat, is under the scene…?

  7. Nig Gasrtoast says:

    Followers of the Mo ped

  8. The Stegosaur says:

    That is both ridiculous and shameful.

  9. gus says:

    They are stealing. Sharia law says they must all have their hands chopped off.

    Muslims are dishonest people. What a surprise.

  10. Zipp says:

    This is Russia. But they are not Russian.

  11. Chyornyzhopa says:

    Baa baa black sheep?

  12. Baaahhh says:

    They so cute :)

  13. Benzin says:

    assumption – a wave of Muslims thus poured into prosperous Europe to drown it in blood (U.S. prepares chaos in the eastern countries to delay the collapse of its economy at the expense of European countries)

  14. Kent of Sweden says:

    Personally I think we are looking at a couple of different things here. Firstly these machines were never made to handle this size crowds. They need a certain amount of time to close and reset before they can be opened, if you pull your card och whatever it is that opens them too soon they will refuse to open and then reset again. Some people have valid tickets but since they are too quick (not to block the others behind them) they can’t get the gates open, but knowing they have valid tickets they jump, the person behind sees this and assumes the machine is broken so he also jumps and this of course spreads to the rest of the crowd and soon everybody is jumping. Three ways for the transit-authority to deal with this. 1 Install quicker (and much more expensive machines) realizing that the machines will still not be as fast as the jumpers.
    2 Go the Stockholm route and install gates that you can’t jump and then have people trying to sneak in along with the one in front and getting whacked by the gates when they snap shut and a line around the block waiting to get in and missing their trains and whatnot or
    3 Just ignore it since there is no system that can handle an onslaught of this type and it most likely does not happen every friday but only a few times a year.

    • Janna says:

      A voice of reason. Finally.
      Could somebody edit and erase some of the most hateful and racist/islamophobic comments? Seriously, some people need to find a better way to vent their frustrations.

    • too much vodka says:

      But that also means that the stairs and the platforms downstairs are getting overcrowded very fast, which is probably rather dangerous.

  15. Com Patriota says:

    Síndrome de la masa… Ocurre en cualquier parte del mundo y en muchas ocasiones diferentes.

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