It’s not been a good week for Melbourne’s much maligned Myki public transport ticketing system.
“I’m baffled. The figure is so ridiculous. Should I call them? I’m not giving them a call, I’ve got better things to do.”“I don’t want to go to jail. When Alan Bond went to jail he had debts in the billions. Maybe it will be a nice retreat and I will come out a hardened white collar criminal.”
With a current maximum daily ticket costing $7.52, Sarah Coles would have to have taken trips across both zones 1 and 2 that were more than 2 hours apart every day for the past 978 years to accumulate that kind of debt.