I have to say that I disagree. His work is actually worth something because it addresses humanity and makes you think. It is not just a self-centred ‘tag’ unlike the vast majority whose entire oeuvre is like a tom cat spreading his piss to mark his territory with their graffiti ident.
I was living near by in Splott at the time. They had actually planned the raid to include timetabled train movements.
It was a unscheduled freight train that had them not a passenger train as the report says.
There was a case in the Rhondda a few weeks back. Lad fell while 'train surfing' between, I think, Tonypandy and Llwynypia. Lost a foot.
The fare between the two stops must be £3 tops, if the guard bothers. £3 saved but no foot. You could walk it in 15 mins (if you had two feet...).
There seems to be a resurgent or growing trend towards this so-called street art. Especially in some parts of Londonistan.
I've seen literally brand new rolling stock on the Thameslink route, where whole carriages have been graffitited.
I wonder if either May or that Sadiq twit will now "ban" overnight trains, so as not to intefere with London multicultural life. Perhaps we'll also have a "Graffiti Artist memorial day" to go alongside the new Windrush Day and forthcoming Grenfell Grief-fest day?