THIS is the shocking moment Tube passengers are forced to step in to protect a woman after a commuter stormed towards her hurling abuse.
The clip captured the moment a man appeared to randomly abuse a woman on Friday night.
In the stand-off, an aggressive bloke is seen yelling at a young woman across a carriage on the Central Line.
It is unclear what sparked the row on the Eastbound train, but the man screams across other passengers before walking towards the woman.
He can be heard shouting “come on then” and accusing her of “hiding behind the fact that you’re a woman”.
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He said: “Come on, step to me, step to me, step to me. I dare you, I f***ing dare you.”
Then he appears to calls her a “p***y” for staying where she is and not moving towards him.
He then says: “Oh I’m such a horrible man because I f***ing said I’d smack you in the mouth.”
It is unclear what the woman responds with, but he then moves closer towards her saying: “I’ll knock you the f*** out you c***.”
The woman is smiling at him and appears to say: “If you can me a c***, I’ll call you a c***.”
He is then caught on camera storming down the middle of the carriage and squaring up to her.
A number of passengers then jump up from their seats to pull the man away from her and onto the ground.
No arrests have been made as the incident went unreported to the police.
A British Transport Police spokesperson said: "We are aware of this video that is being circulated on social media and our officers are looking into it further.
“We're asking anyone with further details to text us on 61016 with the reference 681 of 16/10/21.
“Violence, abuse, intimidation, and harassment against women and girls in any form will not be tolerated.
“It's really important that people who witness incidents like this report them to us as quickly as possible so we can investigate as quickly as possible.”
To report an incident text the BTP on 61016, which is monitored 24/7; send the details via the online reporting tool; or call 0800 40 50 40 at any time.
If you’re in immediate danger, always call 999.
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