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Irish Rail To Tackle Antisocial Behaviour On Trains

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The playing of loud music is one of the factors that has led to Irish Rail hiring more staff to tackle antisocial behaviour.

Customer service teams will now be seen on trains across the country trying to control the levels of disruption caused by passengers.

There's been a recent increase in antisocial behaviour complaints in particularly for passengers playing loud music without headphones.

Irish Rail spokesperson, Barry Kenny, says "we are seeing a trend of people with modern devices, and with the way we communicate now about listening to things without headphones.

He added "there's no malice in that obviously, but again it does help to remind people to listen to things or watch videos with consideration o others."


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