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Shocking video emerges of a teenager ‘surfing’ on the outside of a moving tram before falling off onto the tracks

  • A 17-year-old boy has been spotted hanging onto the door of a moving tram
  • The reckless stunt was captured on camera on a tram at the Gold Coast
  • He’s seen clinging to the external doors of the tram before falling on the tracks

Terrifying video shows the moment a teenager dangerously clung onto the outside doors of a moving tram before he fell onto the tracks.

He was recorded hanging onto the side of the carriage as it headed north on the Gold Coast‘s G:Link light rail system.

A commuter recorded the reckless stunt which was uploaded to TikTok on Monday and has clocked more than 377,000 views.

A teenager has been caught on camera dangerously holding onto the doors of a moving tram on the Gold Coast's G;Link light rail system

A teenager has been caught on camera dangerously holding onto the doors of a moving tram on the Gold Coast’s G;Link light rail system

The boy is seen holding onto the sides of the door as two young men inside the tram film him on their phones and laugh.

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‘What if he falls off, c***?,’ the person who published the TikTok clip is heard saying.  

After about 10 seconds, the teen then appears to let go of the tram door and falls onto the tracks. 

‘Oh my God! Oh my God!’ the commuter says as he moves closer to the door to capture the fall.

The TikTok user claimed in the comments section of the video that the boy was okay afterwards.

‘Got up and walked it off like a champ,’ he posted.

He claimed the teenager was an ‘eshay’ who ‘tried to fight’ him and his friend beforehand.

The tram 'surfer' appears to let go of the door and fall onto the tracks as commuters watched on

The tram ‘surfer’ appears to let go of the door and fall onto the tracks as commuters watched on

A G:Link spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia: ‘Reckless behaviour like this is extremely dangerous.

‘We have a simple message for those engaging in this activity – don’t put yourself and others at risk.’

The spokesperson said interfering with public transport infrastructure can result in fines of up to $550.  

‘There are more than 300 CCTV cameras across the network, which are monitored 24/7, and this behaviour will be immediately reported to the Queensland Police Service.’

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