Man Walks Free After Pushing Girlfriend In Front Of Train

Lucas Narkle was given a three year good behaviour bond and 300 hours of community service.

A 19-year-old man who tried to throw the mother of his child in front of a train in Adelaide's north has walked free from court.

Lucas Narkle pleaded guilty to endangering his girlfriend's life in October last year.

CCCTV from the train station shows the terrifying moment Narkle dragged his then 14 year old girlfriend to the edge of the platform.

A court today heard the couple was in a turbulent relationship and Narkle was on methamphetamine at the time.

The victim said she understood he was under a lot of pressure at the time.

The judge recognised Narkle's deep remorse and urged him to stay out of trouble and rehabilitate.

He was sentenced to 300 hours of community service and has entered into a 3 year good behaviour bond.