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A worker installs an iron support with hanging concrete balls, located across a rail road track in Bekasi district east of Jakarta on January 18, 2012 to deter train surfers. Indonesian rights group said that a decision by the state-run rail operator to hang concrete balls above tracks to prevent train surfers "risked lives".
A worker installs an iron support with hanging concrete balls, located across a rail road track in Bekasi district east of Jakarta on January 18, 2012 to deter train surfers. Indonesian rights group said that a decision by the state-run rail operator to hang concrete balls above tracks to prevent train surfers "risked lives".

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Concrete balls thwart 'train surfing'

A spokesman for the state-owned railway company PT Kereta Api defends the use of concrete balls to stop 'train surfing'.

Concrete balls thwart 'train surfing'

A spokesman for the state-owned railway company PT Kereta Api defends the use of concrete balls to stop 'train surfing'.