Thursday, July 12, 2018

Train baby in Paris get the pass

PARIS (AP) — The Paris public transport company RATP says a baby boy born in a suburban train will get free rides in the French capital until he is 25.

In recent, a baby was born on a train in Paris.

It occurred on June 18. The Paris public transport company RATP broadcasted the scene with Twitter. This wonderful birth made the traffic confused, but the passengers seemed to be patient with pleasure.

Also, RATP decided to give the baby a free passport to ride any trains in Paris until he grows up to 25-year-old.

AP NEWS: Baby born on Paris suburban train gets free rides until 25

According to Parisians, Paris transports are frequently crippled because of strikes and other incidences. Instead, metros and trains in Japan are seldom delayed. Therefore, many Japanese feel annoyed when the train is delayed regardless of the magnitude. I am afraid that some passengers will blame the mother for using the train if the same case occurs. Intolerance is a vice of Japanese, I believe.

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