A woman in China decided to just slice up and eat an entire durian after she was told she could not carry the pungent fruit inside a train station.
Despite its popularity in Asia, the spiky fruit is widely considered “hazardous” to carry in public transport in many parts of the continent.
A father and daughter were recently spotted doing homework in a subway station in Wuhan, China, after a blackout on Sunday evening.
In the surveillance footage circulating on Weibo, the father and daughter can be seen arriving at the station with a bag full of books and papers.
A curious boy who had sneaked into an X-ray machine at a train station in southern China shocked security personnel who found his silhouette on the security monitor.
The incident occurred at Xiaolan Railway Station in Zhongshan city, Guangdong province on Oct. 9.
A Japanese man was arrested after attempting a daring escape across train tracks after getting caught filming up a woman’s skirt.
Yoshimasa Nozaki, 45, admitted to closely filming the woman’s butt from his position during a train ride in Tokyo on Tuesday.
A medical student from Jinzhou in Liaoning Province, China is earning praise online after saving an elderly man who collapsed and lost consciousness on a train station platform.
The student, identified as Ding Hui, is a medical student at Jinzhou Medical University. She was reportedly waiting for her train home at the Jinzhou South Railway Station when she heard about the incident.
West Japan Railways, also known as JR West, offered an official apology after one of its trains left almost half a minute earlier than scheduled last Friday morning, calling the incident “inexcusable.”
The train at Notogawa Station in Shiga Prefecture, part of the Biwako Line, pulled away from the platform at 7:11:35 a.m. instead of its scheduled time of 7:12 a.m., according to a company press release translated by SoraNews24.
An English teacher was recently caught on camera flipping off a Taiwanese man at the Ximen MRT station in Taipei, Taiwan after he kicked an elderly woman’s suitcase and cursed Chinese people.
The incident occurred at the MRT station on May 5 at around 5 p.m. A 44-year-old man, identified only by his surname, Huang, saw a foreign man kick the suitcase of an elderly woman – believed to be in her 60s – that was in his path at the bottom of the escalator.
A woman from Dongguan in south China’s Guangdong Province literally jumped into an X-ray machine on Sunday to make sure her belongings stayed safe.
Many commuters were baffled when a Tokyo-bound bullet train departing from Nagoya Station almost left behind 200 passengers without letting anyone board on Dec. 13.
The train made its departure at around 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, but did not let the 200-or-so passengers get on the public transportation, leaving them all confused, according to Huffington Post Japan, as translated by SoraNews24.
A security camera has recently captured a video of a woman falling through covered train station floor in China on Saturday.
The woman, whose name still remains unknown, miraculously only suffered minor abrasions from her fall through an open floor in Shenzhen Metro, Straits Times reported.