Two Belarusian train conductors are arrested in Moscow

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Two conductors of a “Brest-Moscow” train have been arrested at the Belarusian railway station in the Russian capital.
According to the investigation, they are suspected of having let a passenger that did not have a ticket get on the train. When he refused to pay them, they beat him, made him clean the carriage, took away his cell-phone and money and pushed him off the train.

Moscow policemen waited for the train to arrive in the Russian capital to arrest the conductors. The victim recognized them, informs city-fm.ru.