A woman who got on a train without paying for a ticket and then gave a fake name and address when she was caught has been ordered to pay hundreds of pounds. 

Subra Ziad, 56, was caught travelling between Wendover and London Marylebone on Chiltern Railways without paying her £13 fare on February 6. 

And when Ziad, of Honeysuckle Place in Aylesbury, was questioned by a ticket officer on the train for failing the pay for a ticket, she gave a fake name and address. 

In a hearing at Wycombe Magistrates' Court on July 13, Ziad pleaded guilty to travelling without paying a fare and giving false particulars, and was fined £68, ordered to pay £13 compensation, costs of £90 and a surcharge to fund victim services of £34. 

She was also fined £68 for giving the fake details, making a total to pay of £273.