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I was going for the train to leeds this morning. there was this man, perhaps in his early 20s who appeared to be just shouting at trains. He had a mobile telephone in his hand and a train came into the station and he just yelled "sprinter"! and made a lot of other remarks. Creeped me out, has anyone else had this problem??

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I was going for the train to leeds this morning. there was this man, perhaps in his early 20s who appeared to be just shouting at trains. He had a mobile telephone in his hand and a train came into the station and he just yelled "sprinter"! and made a lot of other remarks. Creeped me out, has anyone else had this problem??

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiqrGyBBpPk&feature=g-all-u

 

is this him?

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Lol, top fella. Here we go. Happy days. The chap is in his element.

 

He does seem very happy :) I always think it is nice that someone can be so passionate about something and have an interest, keeps people out of trouble and he is doing no harm to anyone.

 

I know someone with a brain injury that spends hours at Manchester Airport, plane spotting, he might come across a bit strange to some people but he is happy and loves doing it. He always was a spotter but his brain injury increased his interest.

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