Two women issued tickets for trespassing after taking dance videos on train track

Aug 24 2020, 8:59 am

Peel Regional Police issued a ticket to two women for trespassing, after taking videos for social media on train tracks in Mississauga.

On Sunday, the police initially reported that two women were at Argentia Road and the Tenth Line, allegedly lying on train tracks and “having a good time and taking selfies.”

Officers were in the area, after receiving a call at 4:58 pm.

– Argentia Rd/Tenth Line in #Mississauga
– Reports of two females laying on train tracks, having a good time and taking selfies.
– Officers in area
– Call received at 4:58 pm
– PR20-0270145

— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPolice) August 23, 2020

The updated report from the police said the officers had located the two women and issued them a ticket for trespassing.

They were allegedly filming a dance video for social media.

“We’re big supporters of the arts. We’re not supporters of people risking their lives for dramatic performances or social media status,” the Peel police said.

They then said “make better choices” on their Twitter update.

Metrolinx’s senior manager of media, Anne Marie Aikins, also commented on the incident saying, “if you’re filming anything on the tracks anytime for the views, you could end up with a viewing that will break your mother’s heart.”

She added to never do it, or there will be trespassing charges.

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