When Russell Brand skipped train fare
London: Comedian Russell Brand has said that he had once avoided paying for public transport.
The comedian says he had skipped having to buy train tickets because he ``couldn`t be bothered" with queuing up before traveling, reports contactmusic.com.
Speaking at a recording of a podcast in east London, he said: "From someone that`s gone from no wealth to wealth, I know that money doesn`t make me happier.
"Like I jumped the train yesterday when I had to go to Chelmsford.
I could have got a ticket but I couldn`t be bothered with the rigmarole of getting one. I realised all I had to do was get over a barrier so I did that and then slid out the other end behind someone," he said.
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