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A man balancing on the outside rear of a Melbourne train has allegedly graffitied the train driver's rear window - all while the loco was in motion.
CCTV footage has captured the man standing on the rear of the moving train after allegedly having graffitied the window.
The man is believed to have boarded the rear coupler of the Watergardens train at North Melbourne Station on August 12 at 5.30pm.
Police said he marked the rear driver's window with graffiti while the train was moving.
He got off at Footscray Railway Station where he was confronted by platform staff.
The man is believed to have boarded the rear coupler of the Watergardens train.Image: Victoria PoliceHe then fled from them before jumping on the same train as it took off.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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