Man Sells Wifi on Trains
   2014-01-24 17:08:40    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Mao

Recently, a 19 years old boy catches public attention after selling wifi services to some train passengers. Later the railway department claimed that the boy violates its management rules and should be stopped. This statement arouses discontent among the public.

What exactly is he selling? Should it be allowed?


 

Recently, a 19 years old boy catches public attention after selling wifi services to some train passengers. [Photo: sohu.com]

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