THIS is the terrifying moment a woman cried for help as a passenger brutally attacked her on a New York City subway and bystanders did NOTHING.
The woman begged commuters for help after a deranged passenger grabbed her by the hair and flung her around the carriage.
Footage of the horrifying incident was shared online on Wednesday and showed a passenger in a white hoodie and tights stalking and berating passengers before sitting down next to the victim.
Commuters slide away from the passenger as they sit down, except for one poor woman who tried to leave but is grabbed by the hair and yanked back down into the seat nearby.
The woman immediately appeared in distress and began pleading with others to help her and at one point mimed "please help me" with her lips.
A few seconds pass when the passenger screamed at the lady to "get up" and shoved her into another part of the train.
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They turned around and continued to scream and swear before trying to break a cabin window while the train was still in motion.
When the train finally came to a stop, the passenger left and disappeared into a crowd of people.
The New York Police Department issued a statement saying it was aware of the attack and was investigation the incident but noted that no formal reports had been filed.
Violence has long been an issue for passengers on the New York City subway.
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Earlier this month, Daniel Enriquez, 48, was killed in a random daytime attack while on a northbound Q train while on his way to brunch.
Daniel was on the train when a gunman opened fire over the Manhattan Bridge around 11:42am, on May 22, mortally wounding him before fleeing from the Canal Street station.
NYC police have arrested Andrew Abdullah, 25, and accused him of fatally shooting the Goldman Sachs employee.
Abdullah, wanted on a murder charge, turned himself in on Tuesday after a Brooklyn pastor and lawyer negotiated his surrender, as reported by the New York Post.
According to NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey, the alleged killer had been pacing back and forth on the train when he fired “without provocation.”
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After the shooting, the alleged gunman handed the firearm to a homeless man outside the subway station, police say.
Enriquez' killing is the fourth transit homicide this year, matching the total for the same time span in 2021, according to city statistics.
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