Greyhound Passenger carries a 23 centimetre Knife On Board

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A Greyhound passenger wants to know why he had to complain before security asked another passenger to remove a knife with a 23-centimetre blade from his waist.

Darold Moore says drivers would have been able to see the large knife as the passenger got on and off the bus many times during his 17-hundred-kilometre journey between Whitehorse and Prince George, BC.

Moore says he easily noticed a fellow passenger was carrying a knife during his journey to from Grande Prairie, Alberta.

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Adam Smith says he removed the knife in Prince George after a security guard asked him to put it in his luggage.

Smith says the four or five drivers between Whitehorse and Prince George did not pay much attention to the knife as he walked on and off the bus at stops.

Moore’s comments come just weeks after Tim McLean was beheaded on a Greyhound bus in Manitoba by another passenger with a knife.

Vince Weiguang Li of Edmonton is charged with second-degree murder.

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