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A series of Metro Vancouver transit announcements voiced by Morgan Freeman has been put on hold after allegations of sexual harassment emerged against the Hollywood actor.
The announcements, which include a number of transit etiquette tips, were part of a Visa ad campaign that started running at stations just this week.
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Freeman's voice announcements were announced Tuesday by Trans Link, and were supposed to help alert riders about the transit system's new tap credit card payments.