Mother videoed hurling racist abuse at Muslim women on bus in Stonebridge
PUBLISHED: 16:09 16 October 2015 | UPDATED: 16:47 19 October 2015
Shocking footage of a mother calling a group of Muslim women 'Isis b*****s' and telling them 'to go home and make a bomb' has been captured on a bus in Stonebridge.
The five minute videoclip shows the mother, who has her child in a pram, hurling racist abuse on the 206 in Knatchball Road which is enroute to Tesco in Brent Park.
During her foul-mouth tirade she tells one of the women who is pregnant: “I could kick you in your stomach. I could pick up that large veil and kick you in your stomach.”
At the beginning of her rant she said to the same woman: “Talk your f*****g language…carry on laughing with your bombs hidden under your f*****g clothes.
“Go back to your f******g country where they are bombing every day.”
As another woman tries to intervene she says: “Look at your gums. “You come to England, take all our money but you don’t take the f******g dentist.
“Go home and make a bomb.”
As the argument escalates the bus driver stops the vehicles and appeals for calm but once he continues driving the row erupts again when the angry woman starts videoing the group with her mobile phone.
The pregnant woman tried to stop her which ignites the row and the driver stops the bus again but this time threatens to terminate the service before the video ends.
A police spokesman told the Times the incident, which took place on Tuesday at 10.30am, was being investigating.
He added: Anyone who has information that may assist investigation, or was on the bus when the footage was taken, is asked to call the Metropolitan Police Service on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”
Mike Weston, TfL’s director of buses, added: “This behaviour is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated on our network. Passengers who use our services should be allowed to do so without fear of abuse and we are working closely with Metroline and the police to fully investigate this incident.
“Crime on the bus network is now at its lowest ever level and we will continue to work with our policing partners to further reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.”