Ftrainfan 13 Posted July 15, 2010 Share #1 Posted July 15, 2010 I never thought this would happen to me today , but for THE FIRST TIME EVER, I got busted for filming in the subway! well , WE got busted for filming. Here's the story *I was with my teen film making program program , reel works and we went out to practice composition shots and I suggested that we take some shots from the subway station nearby(Union street for the train) and I took a simplicity shot of the R46 train leaving the station , Then After , the teacher told me to master my next shot which was the "leading lines". As I began to set up the shot. Someone yelled "HEY YOUNG MAN..." I got scared and turned around and guess what... It was the clerk lady. Standing right behind the turnstiles. I don't even know If she was suppose to step outta the booth. She gave us a look and said. "ARE YOU IN A SCHOOL GROUP?!" I replied "Yes" The teacher is right next to me. We are all in a group(I said as I pointed to my film mates) Then she said " WELL KNOW IT OR NOT FILMING IN THE SUBWAY IS ILLEGALLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JUST STOP AND GET THE F*CK OUTTA HER BEFORE I GET THE F*CKING COPS! AND YOU'LL REALLY HAVE A UNFORGETTABLE SUMMER!!!!! YOU F*CKING PUNKS!" Then the teacher said to her " Look , You need to calm down. We will leave! Damm! Some people and their moods!" Then the clerk lady got REALLY pissed. and shouted "THAT DOES IT! NONE OF YA'LL BETTER COME BACK TO THIS F*CKING STATION OR I'M CALLING THE F*CKING SWAT TEAM ON YOUR F*CKING SORRY PUCKISH ASSES!!!!! GO TO HELLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Then we ran outta the station as fast as we can. It DID create attention from other passengers , which was the most embarrassing part for us. But I did use that station later when I was on my way to work after the program. And there was a different clerk supervisor =). Well , I guess it happens to EVERY railfanner eventually. I'm never using an obvious camera when railfanning again. LATER! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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