Started by KimB10M, October 17, 2012, 06:30:11 pm
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Quote from: ACTbusspotter on October 18, 2012, 10:19:40 amKim, I assume you were, at all times, on the footpath and never strayed onto the roadway (therefore not blocking any bus movements).I would suggest (if you haven't already done so) notifying ACTION of your incident via this online contact form: http://bit.ly/ACTIONContactUs All complaints sent through this method must be investigated and a reply will be sent.Was the person you were referring to as the Operations Manager wearing a white shirt or a green shirt?
Quote from: Busnerd on October 18, 2012, 09:30:18 pmHad that happen plenty of times before, in most cases I have just said, I'm taking a few photos of the buses, they usually make up something generally going with 'you aren't allowed to do that' replied generally with 'well i am actually/there is no law against that in this country/whateva ya reckon' generally they just ask you to move on, and for the sake of avoiding an arguement i just say ok and then go and sit down until they walk inside.There is no law against it, if a driver doesn't like having their photo taken - the bus DOES Have blinds that can be pulled down. I have had buses i've driven photographed, i just look the other way or pull the blind down, I don't have a problem with people taking pictures, i just don't wish to have my face in them. If the police ever DO turn up the only thing they can do is give you a move on order, there is no law you are breaking just remember that.
Quote from: KimB10M on October 19, 2012, 11:45:18 amYes, of course I was standing on the footpath.. I have done this since I was a teenager and have a great sense of logic.