Barrister who dodged rail fares into London for two years avoids prison
Peter Barnett given suspended sentence for failing to pay full fare for 655 days of Chiltern Railways journeys into capital
A barrister who avoided paying thousands of pounds in rail fares for more than two and a half years has been spared prison.
Peter Barnett, 44, made hundreds of journeys from his home near Oxford to London’s Marylebone station without buying a ticket for the route.
Source: Guardian Transport