Shocking moment when a man yells at a baby and is booted from a train in Sydney

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Confrontational images have captured the moment when a man was kicked off a train by furious commuters at one of Australia’s busiest stations.

The incident took place at Sydney Central Station on Friday, and initial reports suggested the man – of Asian descent – was the victim of racism.

But the woman who filmed the chaos claimed the ugly altercation was “not a racist” attack – and the alleged victim got what he deserved after telling a baby to “stop f *** ing” from crying.

In the video uploaded to TikTok, the man was seen in the carriage wearing a blue long-sleeved shirt, white shorts, work boots and a camping-style bag.

“For what damn reason?” he was heard shouting at his fellow defenders, to which another replied “shut up,” while others shouted obscenities.

The other passengers then joined together and said to the man ‘you have to get off the train’, pushing their hands towards the door.

“You’re crazy people,” the man protested.

The man (pictured) shocked other commuters after allegedly yelling at a baby to be quiet on a Sydney train

The man (pictured) shocked other commuters after allegedly yelling at a baby to be quiet on a Sydney train

Before getting off the train, the man continued to berate fellow train travelers.

Then he got off at Central Station.

The woman who filmed the ordeal later explained, “Hey guys, the Asian man wasn’t the victim.

Shocked commuters (pictured) soon boarded, with the man yelling at the baby quickly surrounded and telling him to get off the train

Shocked commuters (pictured) soon boarded, with the man yelling at the baby quickly surrounded and telling him to get off the train

Shocked commuters (pictured) soon boarded, with the man yelling at the baby quickly surrounded and telling him to get off the train

“Here’s what happened … the baby was crying and the Asian man yelled at the baby” can you stop f ** king “.

“Everyone protected when the baby … another man said,” You can’t say that to a baby. ”

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Sydney Trains and NSW Police for comment.

He was told to get off at the next train station, which he did (pictured) without incident

He was told to get off at the next train station, which he did (pictured) without incident

He was told to get off at the next train station, which he did (pictured) without incident

Hero commuter is praised for coming to the rescue of an Asian woman who was racially abused for six minutes on a Sydney train

A hero commuter has been praised for coming to the rescue of an Asian woman who was racially abused by a belligerent man on a train last year.

A disturbing six-minute video posted online showed a man in a white cap standing next to a woman on a train in Sydney to protect her from an aggressive man.

The culprit could be heard shouting ‘f ** k off’ repeatedly as the hero’s bystander blocked him from getting close to the innocent woman he was yelling at.

Alarmed passengers could watch the commotion, while the Good Samaritan is the victim of the racially charged rant.

A man in a gray and orange hoodie was seen yelling racist libel at a woman who was on her own on a train in Sydney

A man in a gray and orange hoodie was seen yelling racist libel at a woman who was on her own on a train in Sydney

A man in a gray and orange hoodie was seen yelling racist libel at a woman who was on her own on a train in Sydney

The man eventually stormed past him to assault the woman while she sat quietly and alone.

“Go back to Manila, asshole,” the man teased, pointing his finger at her face.

‘You’re from Manila. You’re a goddamn piece of shit from Manila. ‘

The man in the hat was fed up and walked across the cabin to the train’s emergency button, which he used to contact the NSW train crew.

But the opponent launched a verbal attack on him and followed the man down the stairs.

‘Where are you going, made? Hero? Hero! Hero! the abuser shouted.

The commuter could be heard speaking over the emergency line as the man, viciously trying to distract from the call, spat on him before dashing back into the cabin.

“I’d rather you try me out than pick a wife,” the hero shouted as the couple engaged in a heated argument.

The instigator then stormed back to the woman to continue berating her, with the commuter after her to ensure her safety.

“The Filipina f *** ing piece s ** t,” the man in the hoodie scoffed.

A fellow commuter rushed to her rescue and stood guard while the aggressor launched a coarse-mouthed tirade

A fellow commuter rushed to her rescue and stood guard while the aggressor launched a coarse-mouthed tirade

A fellow commuter rushed to her rescue and stood guard while the aggressor launched a coarse-mouthed tirade

“I’m not Filipino, I’m Indonesian,” the woman replied.

“I don’t care who you are,” I bounce the ball here, “said the offender.

“Buddy, I’m glad to be here if you keep intimidating the woman,” the hero replies. ‘What are you going to do? Try to intimidate me? It doesn’t work, does it? ‘

The hostile stalemate dragged on for three more minutes, with the vermin bowing his fist and grabbing at him in an attempt to intimidate him before stealing his hat.

As the attacker prepared to descend the train at Hurstville station, to the southwest of the city, the defender pushed him down the stairs and collected his belongings.

The bully could be seen lying on the floor of the train, screaming incessantly until the video came out.

Commentators were outraged by the racist behavior, with many applauding the commuter for standing up to protect the victim.

The hat-bystander became the target of the man's beatings, but refused to back down

The hat-bystander became the target of the man's beatings, but refused to back down

The hat-bystander became the target of the man’s beatings, but refused to back down

Well done on the way, the man in the white cap resolved the situation and reassured the lady. What a complete jerk that other guy was. Hoping he was charged and caught, ‘one person wrote.

‘This increased my anxiety. Why do they think it’s okay to be so awful to other people, ”read another comment.

Someone else said, “It sounds like he has a serious mental problem. Good for the man in the white hat.

That aroused anger. I hope that push of the stairs broke something for good, ”added a fourth person.

A spokesman for NSW police told Daily Mail Australia that the incident was under investigation.

“Police are aware of a video circulating on social media showing an incident that took place at around 5:40 PM on a train service on the south coast last Sunday,” he said.

“The case is now being investigated by officers from the Police Transport Command.”

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