London Lite Wednesday, 19 August 2009 11 Teen yobs set teachers hair alight on train Available to new approved customers while customer remains on promoted price plan. Inclusive calls are for calls to standard UK landlines beginning 01, 02, 03 & UK mobiles or texts sent from the UK to other UK mobiles. Best value comparison based on published price plans of other mobile operators available on the high street offering SIM only propositions at 10 per month as at the date of 18/08/09. NTS calls (beginning 08) excluded & maximum cost is 15p connection plus 15p per min thereafter. The maximum charge for 070 numbers is 70p per minute plus 1 per connection. (see three.co.uk/nts).3-to-3 calls within the UK.30 days notice required to cancel plan. SIM for unlocked 3G handsets only not all 3s services (including Skype) may be available on non-3 handsets. Unlimited offers subject to fair use policies. Service, handset limitations and terms apply. See three.co.uk Open 7 days a week: Mon-Fri 8am-10pm, Sat 8am-8pm, Sun 10am-8pm. Sorry we do not accept Visa Electron or Solo cards. Cards accepted: call free 0800 358 8481THREE.CO.UK/LITE OR VISIT A 3 STORE PAY MONTHLY SIM Only 10 a month 100 mins & unlimited texts on a flexible 1 month contract. No ties. Only 10 a month 100 mins & li it d t t BEST VALUE DEAL Unprovoked attack: CCTV pictures of the four youths who are suspected of setting a Swedish tourists hair on fire A GANG of youths set a womans hair on fire with a lighter in an unprovoked attack on a train. CCTV images captured the moment the Swedish tourist was set alight on the service from Hastings to Charing Cross. The woman, a teacher on a school trip, was walking through the carriage when one of the youths held out a lighter and touched her hair. She only realised she was on fire when her students started screaming and she was able to pat out the flames. British Transport Police inspec- tor Gary Ancell, who is leading the inquiry, said the woman e s c a p e d i n j u r y b u t w a s extremely distressed. He said police are hunting four youths, two of whom were thrown off the train by a conductor who discovered them hiding in a toilet. Mr Ancell said: The victim was walking through the carriage at about 6.30pm when a youth held out a lighter as she passed him. Her hair caught alight and she only realised what had happened when she saw her students screaming and pointing to her hair. She was able to pat the fire out. The victim was incredibly lucky because a few seconds more and the majority of her hair could have been on fire. Assaults of this nature are extremely rare on the railway system but I am treating this incident very seriously and urge the youths pictured in the CCTV images or anyone who recognises them to come forward to police. Anyone with information about the incident on Sunday July 19, or who recognises the youths, should contact 0800 40 50 40. by georgina littlejohn Set alight: the victim with her hair on fire in the train H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html