We had a very horrible experience with thugs who took cuts at the front of the line to get onto the tram. My girlfriend objected which seemed to be a mistake. Once on the tram, one big local thugs leaned heavily on her and made homophobic slurs. I was in the way and he kicked me in the shins as hard as he could. I screamed that he kicked me. The driver did nothing. Some of the passengers moved out of the way so that we could move to the back of the tram and away from the bullies. I am a fairly experienced traveler and suspected it might be a diversion tactic for pick pocketing. After the creeps got off, people on the tram checked for their wallets and nothing seemed to be taken. We were badly shaken. We needed time to calm down, so we went to a nice hotel bar and partook in tea and cookies. We then walked for the rest of the day, avoiding any kind of public transportation.
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