Brooklyn Subway Passenger Ejected From Train By Fellow Straphangers After Shouting Racial Slurs

An altercation on the L train in New York City resulted in one racist traveller being ejected from the subway by his fellow passengers, according to Gothamist.

After an argument over personal space, a self-proclaimed NYU law graduate (who was openly drinking a Bud Light Lime-A-Rita) began spouting racial slurs at his interlocutors. Other passengers intervened and placed themselves between the intoxicated rider and those he continued to argue with. When the train arrived at the Bedford Avenue L train subway stop in Brooklyn, he was physically tossed out the doors of the car by angry riders. One woman threw a container of soup at him as he attempted to engage in a physical fight with the crowd.

Video of the incident was caught by passengers and has been going viral on social media. It has been viewed over 150,000 times:

“Understandably, this woman of color and a couple other folks as you

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