"Speaking at a recording of a podcast in east London, he said: From someone that's gone from no wealth to wealth, I know that money doesn't make me happier."
London, April 20 - Comedian Russell Brand has said that he had once avoided paying for public transport.

The comedian says he had skipped having to buy train tickets because he ''couldn't be bothered with queuing up before traveling, reports contactmusic.com.

Speaking at a recording of a podcast in east London, he said: From someone that's gone from no wealth to wealth, I know that money doesn't make me happier.

Like I jumped the train yesterday when I had to go to Chelmsford. I could have got a ticket but I couldn't be bothered with the rigmarole of getting one. I realised all I had to do was get over a barrier so I did that and then slid out the other end behind someone, he said.


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