200 disgruntled passengers stop Bristol train and walk along tracks
Police seek identity of rail users who pulled emergency cord and exited train after discovering it would skip next stop
Police are trying to identify up to 200 rail passengers who, unhappy at an announcement that the train would skip the next stop, pulled the emergency cord, disembarked and walked back down the track.
The incident happened in the Redland area of Bristol shortly after the service left Clifton Down railway station at 3.30pm on Saturday. Passengers had just been informed that the train would not be stopping at the Redland station as it was too busy.
Source: Guardian Transport