Bus passenger played offensive material to people on buses heading to Fishponds and Temple Meads
AN aggressive bus passenger played “offensive” material on a laptop computer as he threatened other travellers.
Avon and Somerset police are looking for witnesses to two similar incidents that happened on the number 13 and number 9 First buses in Bristol.
Force spokesman Martin Dunscombe said: “In both incidents, a lone male made threats to harm people and played offensive material through a laptop computer."
The first incident happened on the city centre-Fishponds bus at about 6.40pm on March 5.
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The second happened between 1.45pm and 2pm on the Clifton-Temple Meads route on March 11.
Police want to speak to witnesses to determine exactly what was being played on the laptop, but it is not believed to have been of a sexual nature.
Mr Dunscombe added: “Any person who travelled on these buses around the times described is asked to contact the police on 101, asking for PC 4200 Moncur at The Bridewell police station.”