What is most forgotten in high-speed trains

What was mostly forgotten in high-speed trains: Citizens traveling by High Speed ​​Train (YHT) mostly forgot many items such as mobile phones, tablets, laptops, wallets, bags, clothing on the trains. Objects such as "gun", "air gun", "butterfly", "iron baton", "pocket knife", "brass knuckles" were tried to be brought into the trains.
According to the information received from TCDD General Directorate officials, last year, on the YHT line, 2 million 230 thousand 529 between Ankara-Eskişehir-Ankara, 1 million 713 thousand 748 between Ankara-Konya-Ankara and 194 thousand 496 between Eskişehir-Konya-Eskişehir. It was reported that a total of 4 million 138 thousand 773 passengers were transported. It was stated that some of these passengers forgot their belongings at the YHTs they traveled, and in the past year, technological items such as mobile phones, tablets, laptops, flash memory, as well as personal items such as wallets, bags, clothing, glasses, watches, key chains were included. .
Among the interesting items forgotten were crutches and bicycles, and jewelery such as rings and earrings.
Inspectors made by the hostess immediately after the train journey, the items found in the registry, the record is processed in the registry, if any, according to the information is tried to reach their owners.
It was reported that among the items whose owners could not be reached, those with high financial value were kept in locked safes for 15 days, and those with low financial value were kept in the room of the Deputy On-Duty Station Manager until the liquidation period specified in the regulations, and all TCDD workplaces were announced about the goods.
- He wanted to transport his cat's body by YHT
On the other hand, in the X-ray scans conducted as part of security control before getting on the train, it was stated that items such as guns, air pistols, knives known as "butterflies", iron batons, knives, pocket knives, brass knuckles were wanted to be brought into the train and these passengers were rejected.
In addition, during the X-ray security check, it was learned that the wolf dog over the age of one and the dead cat brought from Ankara to Eskişehir to be buried was detected while trying to enter YHT and turned away.
It was warned that passengers should take into account the baggage warnings made at each station and be careful when getting off the trains in order not to forget more items in YHTs, which are aimed to carry 80 million passengers with an average occupancy of 20 percent this year and the opening of the Istanbul line.

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