Man arrested for charging iPhone on London train

More people getting in trouble for "having" to charge their phones. With Apple Pay being allowed on the London subway system, having your battery die in the middle of a trip can cost you money (the TFL will charge you the maximum fee if you touch when entering the network but not when exiting it). _A 45-year old man from Camden has been arrested for charging his iPhone on a London Overground train. The incident, which took place on 10 July, saw Robin Lee arrested and then promptly "de-arrested" for the offence, which officers described as "abstracting electricity"._


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