Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Yeaaaaaah, no.

German Student Leonie Müller Fed Up With Paying Rent So Lives On A Train

It might sound like every commuter’s nightmare, but for one German student it is a way of life.
Leonie Müller, 23, has decided to live on a train because she has had enough with landlords and high rent.
After a row with her landlord, the student at Tübingen University near Stuttgart decided to pack her bags, invest in a monthly railway season ticket and relocate to a train around Germany.
She moved her things on to a train in spring after a dispute with her landlord about her apartment, she told The Washington Post.
“I instantly decided I didn’t want to live there any more,” she said. “And then I realised: actually, I didn’t want to live anywhere any more.”
Müller carries her clothes, computer and toiletries on the train in a backpack and washes her hair in a bathroom on one of the carriages.


Skin Man said...

Bag rider in the photo.

matt said...

don't give the go commuters any ideas...

Tal Hartsfeld said...

As tight-assed as the rules and regulations on dwelling places are anymore I can understand this young lady's attitude and position.
However: Aren't the rules and regulations on public/commuter transit a lot tighter than those of dwelling places?