Monday, February 6, 2012

Woman filmed hurling racist abuse at Tube passengers in yet ANOTHER video of a vile rant on London transport


Police are investigating yet another video of a London Underground passenger hurling racist abuse at foreign passengers.
The film shows the middle-aged white woman direct a tirade of abuse at Asian passengers on a Central Line train between St Paul’s and Mile End stations.
She begins by shouting 'all f****** foreign s********' in a shocking seven-minute long expletive-ridden rant in front of stunned onlookers.

The woman - with shoulder-length black hair and a thick Cockney accent - then asks 'where do you come from? F****** like, f****** all over the world'.
Footage of the incident emerged on YouTube on January 24 after a string of similar rants by women were made public last year. It is believed to have been filmed on January 23.
It shows the woman, whose name is not known, sitting between two Pakistani men.

After saying that they come from all over the world, she asks: 'I'd like to know if any of you are f****** illegal, I'm sure 30 per cent of you are. It's taking the f****** p***.'
The woman then becomes aggressive towards the Asian man sitting next to her. 'I hope they f****** catch up with you and shove you off,' she says.
She adds: 'I shall punch you in the f****** face. Ninety per cent of you are f****** illegal. I wouldn't mind if you loved our country.'

After singing in his language, he defends his native country as other passengers on the carriage laugh at his gestures.
The woman then turns her attention to the man who is filming the abuse on his mobile phone, who says he is British.
He tells her to 'watch what you say' but she responds: 'I used to live in England now I live in the United Nations.'
The woman then appears to become increasingly aggressive in an argument that lasts for another four minutes.

At one point she appears to try to attack the Pakistani man before she is thrown into a seat on the other side of the train.
She gets up and screams: 'As long as you're f****** working, and not claiming benefits.'
A second clip uploaded on the video sharing site shows her standing up as she waits to leave the train.
She says to another foreign traveller: 'This is what we've got to put up with... that's what we don't like about you people. I'll show you what kind of government lets people like you in.'
The video emerged after similar clips were uploaded onto the internet.

One, recorded on a Croydon to Wimbledon tram, showed a woman holding a toddler as she shouted at passengers.
Emma West was charged with a racially aggravated public order offence in connection with the incident in December.
West, a 34-year-old mother from New Addington, Croydon, will appear at Croydon Crown Court at a later date.
Another video called 'Welcome to London' showed a woman holding a pink rose on the London Underground as she abused passengers.
Another was of a drunk woman who tried to punch a black passenger on a London bus, but ended up falling over herself then being thrown into the street.
A British Transport Police spokesman said: 'BTP is aware of the videos posted on YouTube which show a woman making alleged racist comments on board a Central Line Tube train between St Paul’s and Mile End stations during the evening of Sunday, 23.
'Detectives were made aware of the videos on January 24 and immediately launched an investigation.
'Anyone who witnessed this incident, or who has information which they believe can assist police, is asked to get in touch and help us build up a full picture of what took place.
'BTP treats all allegations of racism on the London Underground very seriously and would urge anyone with information about this incident to contact us.'

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