Shocking moment a man screams at baby and is thrown off a Sydney train

Confrontational footage captured the moment a man was kicked off a train by enraged commuters at one of Australia’s busiest stations.

The incident took place at Sydney Central Station on Friday, with initial reports suggesting 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 supposed victim got what she deserved after telling a baby to “f *** ing stop” cry.

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

“For what the fucking reason? He was heard shouting at his fellow travelers, to which another replied “shut up”, while others shouted obscenities.

The other passengers then regrouped and told the man “you have to get off the train” as their hands were seen pushing him towards the door.

“You are crazy,” protested the man.

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

Before getting off the train, the man continued to curse other passengers on the train.

He then got off at the central station.

The woman who filmed the ordeal later explained, “Hey everyone, the Asian man was not the victim.

Shocked commuters (pictured) quickly stepped in, the man who yelled at the baby is quickly surrounded and told him to get off the train

Shocked commuters (pictured) quickly stepped in, the man who yelled at the baby is quickly surrounded and told him to get off the train

“Here’s what happened… the baby was crying and the Asian man screamed at the baby ‘can you fucking stop’.

“Everyone then protected the baby… another guy 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 station, which he did (pictured) without incident

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

Commuter hero praised for rescuing Asian woman who was subjected to six minutes of racist abuse 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 wearing a white cap standing next to a woman on a Sydney train to protect her from an aggressive man.

The offender could be heard repeatedly shouting “f ** k off” as the hero’s spectator prevented him from approaching the innocent woman he was screaming at.

Alarmed passengers could be seen staring into the commotion, as the Good Samaritan cops paid the price for the racist tirade.

A man in a gray and orange hoodie could be seen shouting racist slurs at a woman who stood alone on a Sydney train

A man in a gray and orange hoodie could be seen shouting racist slurs at a woman who stood alone on a Sydney train

The man finally barged in front of him to start mistreating the woman as she sat quietly and alone.

“Go back to Manila, you shit,” the man taunted, pointing his finger to his face.

“You are from Manila. You fucking Manila shit. ‘

Fed up, the man in the cap walked through the cab towards the train’s emergency button, which he used to contact the staff of the NSW transport train.

But the antagonist launched a verbal attack on him, following the man up the stairs.

‘Where are you going maggot? Hero? Hero! Hero! shouted the assailant.

The commuter could be heard talking on the emergency line as the man, viciously trying to distract from the call, spat at him before returning to the cabin.

“I’d rather you attack me than take it out on a woman,” the hero called as the couple engage in a heated exchange.

The instigator then rushed over to the woman to continue berating her, with the next commuter standing by to ensure her safety.

“Filipino fucking shit,” quipped the man in the hoodie.

Another commuter rushed to his aid and stood guard as the assailant launched a crass tirade

Another commuter rushed to his aid and stood guard as the assailant launched a crass tirade

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

“I don’t give a shit about who you are,” I bounce the ball in here, ”the offender said.

“Buddy, I’m happy to stay here if you keep bullying the woman,” the hero replies. ‘What are you going to do? Trying to intimidate me? It doesn’t work, does it? ‘

The hostile confrontation continued for another three minutes, with the ravager flexing his fist and grabbing himself against him in an attempt to intimidate him before stealing his hat.

As the assailant was about to get off the train at Hurstville station in the southwest of the city, the defender pushed him down the stairs and retrieved his belongings.

The bully could be seen lying on the floor of the train, constantly shouting curses until the video was cut.

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

The capped spectator became the target of the man's abuse but refused to back down

The capped spectator became the target of the man’s abuse but refused to back down

“Good job on how the guy in the white cap handled the situation and reassured the lady. What a complete jerk the other guy was. Hoping he gets charged and caught, ”one person wrote.

“It raised my anxiety. Which makes them think it’s okay to be so horrible around other people, ” another comment read.

Someone else said: ‘Looks like he has a serious mental problem. Well done to the guy in the white hat.

‘It was raging. I hope pushing the stairs definitely broke something, ”added a fourth person.

An NSW Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia the incident was under investigation.

“Police are aware of a video circulating on social media describing an incident that occurred last Sunday around 5:40 pm on a train service on the south coast,” he said.

“The case is currently under investigation by officers from the Police Transport Command.”

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