Student behaviour was not on track

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I WOULD like to send out a message to the group leaders who took foreign students to London on Saturday, July 23, returning on the 18.47 train from Victoria.

I hope they had a pleasant journey because the rest of us certainly didn’t.

We had to endure loud, infantile, openly defiant behaviour with students sitting on tables and on the floor, and blocking gangways on an already crowded train.

Passengers in the next carriage fared even worse, with a boisterous game of volleyball with balloons going on for more than an hour.

Not once in two hours did you appear to check these young people in your care, and with no sign of rail staff either, we were left to suffer.

But hey, who cares? As long as you were okay, eh?

JULIA MITCHELL

St Helens Road