Practice makes perfect. Notice how civilized of the minorities on board are.|
[size=1.2em]Police are investigating yet another video of a London Underground passenger hurling racist abuse at foreign passengers.
[size=1.2em]The film shows the middle-aged white woman direct a tirade of abuse at Asian passengers on a Central Line train [size=1.2em]between St Paul’s and Mile End stations.
[size=1.2em]She begins by shouting 'all f****** foreign s********' in a shocking seven-minute long expletive-ridden rant in front of stunned onlookers.
Rant: The woman is caught on camera hurling racist abuse at her fellow passengers
[size=1.2em]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'.
[size=1.2em]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.
[size=1.2em]It shows the woman, whose name is not known, sitting between two Pakistani men.
[size=1.2em]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***.'
[size=1.2em]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.
[size=1.2em]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.'
She makes dozens of deeply offensive remarks about migrants to the UK and about foreigners in general
Vile: A child in the Central Line carriage looks on as the woman continues her tirade of abuse
The woman jabs her fingers and appears aggressive on the seven-minute video
[size=1.2em]After singing in his language, he defends his native country as other passengers on the carriage laugh at his gestures.
[size=1.2em]The woman then turns her attention to the man who is filming the abuse on his mobile phone, who says he is British.
[size=1.2em]He tells her to 'watch what you say' but she responds: 'I used to live in England now I live in the United Nations.'
[size=1.2em]The woman then appears to become increasingly aggressive in an argument that lasts for another four minutes.
Racist rant: Police took Emma West into custody in December after a video (pictured) appeared on the internet showing a woman apparently abusing tram passengers
[size=1.2em]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.
[size=1.2em]She gets up and screams: 'As long as you're f****** working, and not claiming benefits.'
[size=1.2em]A second clip uploaded on the video sharing site shows her standing up as she waits to leave the train.
[size=1.2em]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.'
[size=1.2em]The video emerged after similar clips were uploaded onto the internet.
In another incident in December, an unnamed woman wearing a white T-shirt was filmed screaming at a male passenger repeatedly as she holds herself upbetween two support poles in the corridor of the number 29 bus in London
[size=1.2em]One, recorded on a Croydon to Wimbledon tram, showed a woman holding a toddler as she shouted at passengers.
[size=1.2em]Emma West[size=1.2em] was charged with a racially aggravated public order offence [size=1.2em]in connection with the incident in December[size=1.2em].
[size=1.2em]West, a 34-year-old mother from New Addington, Croydon, will appear at Croydon Crown Court at a later date.
[size=1.2em]Another video called 'Welcome to London' showed a woman holding a pink rose on the London Underground as she abused passengers.
[size=1.2em]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.
[size=1.2em]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.
[size=1.2em]'Detectives were made aware of the videos on January 24 and immediately launched an investigation.
[size=1.2em]'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.
[size=1.2em]'BTP treats all allegations of racism on the London Underground very seriously and would urge anyone with information about this incident to contact us.'