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A woman was removed from a London underground train after she threatened a passenger to "rip you apart" in a swathe of verbal abuse.
The rowdy passenger was singing a Christmas carol while travelling with her partner on a Jubilee Line northbound train at 12.45am on Sunday morning (December 4).
Failing to get other passengers to join her for a festive sing-a-long, she turned sour and slammed the passengers "boring" and "not fun".
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Anyusha Rose, who was in the carriage, told My London the abuse "kicked off" when she started filming people and said to put them all on YouTube.
In the video she took, the foul-mouthed woman struggles to stand on her feet when she yells at a passenger: "Don't f***ing bring my mother into it, because I will rip you apart b***h.
"I will rip you apart! Because you're black you think you're big, innit?"
Others passengers asked her to "get off the train" and one woman stepped in front of her in bid to stop her from approaching the other woman.
"Don't touch me! Get your f***ing hands off me!" she shouted.
"You're a black c***, yeah! You're a racist! You're a f***ing racist!"
Her partner can be seen grabbing her arms and yanking her off the train.
Anyusha said the racist attack started when the passenger put her hand up and refused to be filmed.
She explained: "The woman had to get off her seat and escape down the carriage to get away from the other woman.
"Another woman got up and started restraining her. I started filming and she continued her tirade.
"She said 'where the f**k were you born?' and 'go back to Africa'.
"She threatened to kill her and beat her up. Her own partner just sat there… It speaks to the other problem of silence is complicity. I was incredibly upset by the whole thing."
Another witness, who wished to remain anonymous, added: "She was definitely very drunk and saying ridiculous stuff.
"She started off singing carols which was quite annoying… When it kicked off it got a bit scary."
A British Transport Police spokesperson told the Daily Star there had been no arrests yet.
The statement read: "Officers are currently investigating a racist incident which took place on a Jubilee Line train at around 12.30am on Sunday 4 December.
"Hate crimes will not be tolerated on the railway network and any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to get in touch with BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40, quoting reference 2200126667."
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