Irish Rail Has Received 105 Complaints Of Anti-Social Behaviour On The Dublin-Cork Line
That's since the beginning of last year
In one complaint, a passenger claims people are dealing drugs all day outside Heuston Station.
Another commuter claims gangs were carrying hurleys and knives on trains – and it’s only a matter of time before someone gets killed.
But Irish Rail's Barry Kenny claims these type of incidents are rare.
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