Lime-A-Rita Drinker Shouting Racial Slurs Gets Tossed Off L Train

Share
Lime-A-Rita Drinker Shouting Racial Slurs Gets Tossed Off L Train

The white man, who was openly drinking a can of Lime-A-Rita on the L train as it barreled through the tunnel toward Brooklyn just before 2 p.m. on Saturday, was already in the middle of a fit when rider Joshua Pyne turned a camera on him and caught him yelling about his First Amendment rights.

A man claiming to be a lawyer shouted racial slurs aboard a Brooklyn-bound New York City subway train before angry riders shoved him out of the vehicle and doused him with soup, video shows.

The video, which reportedly picks up a few seconds after the man shouted "stupid n-gger" at the group of young men, shows him clutching a can of Bud Light Lime-A-Rita and repeatedly yelling the n-word. I went to NYU Law! He repeatedly uttered the N-word.

As the racist tirade continues, he is confronted by several straphangers, who eventually push him onto the platform at Bedford Avenue.

Passengers surround him and, as the train comes to the station, attempt to force him out of the auto.

As the train pulls into the Bedford Avenue stop, a small group begins pushing the man off the train, who in turn continuously tries to reboard.

He makes multiple attempts to reenter the train auto, but passengers standing near the doors block his way and repeatedly push him back off.

"Understandably, this woman of color and a couple other folks as you can see in the video, call the guy out".

Before Pyne started up his camera, the man got into a spat with a group of black teenagers at the 1st Avenue stop, he said.

Gothamist spoke to a passenger who described the experience, saying it began over a dispute about personal space. "The guy didn't seem to be falling-down drunk but was ... clearly belligerent". A spokesperson with the NYPD said there were no records of anyone who matched his description being arrested at the station.

Share

Advertisement

Related Posts

Is there a Bearish outlook for Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) this week?
Finally, Pivotal Research lowered Facebook from a "hold" rating to a "sell" rating in a research report on Tuesday, August 8th. KeyCorp reiterated a "buy" rating and issued a $200.00 price target on shares of Facebook in a research report on Wednesday.

Dienhart: Michigan State is back, following its latest win vs. rival Michigan
Nordin continues to be a money-maker for the Wolverines and given a few more opportunities, could've won the game for them. Michigan hosted the Michigan State Spartans in the first ever night game between the two in their long, battled history.

Dodgers sweep away D-backs, advance to NLCS
The Dodgers ended the series against the D-Backs with a 3-1 victory in Monday's Game 3, and rookie Cody Bellinger led the way. The Dodgers acquired Darvish on July 31, and since then he has been trying to make various adjustments to get his form up.

Four killed, eight injured in collision on SH1 intersection near Taupo
Peter Wilkinson from nearby business Taupo Quad Adventures said a member of the public is operating the detour for police. Senior Sergeant Nicky Cooney said their utmost priority was to find and notify the loved ones of the deceased.

John Oliver makes fun of our 'Rocky' statue
Oliver goes on to explain that monuments, statues and plaques are not how we record our history. Of the military bases, Oliver said "There are U.S.

Arizona Diamondbacks Return Home For Game 3 In NLDS
In the fifth inning, he cracked his first career postseason homer to left-center, pushing the Dodgers' lead to 2-0. Now down 2-0, the Arizona Diamondbacks will need to win Monday night in order to keep the world series hopes alive.

Aleksandar Prijovic sends Serbia to 2018 FIFA World Cup
In the second half, home team became more aggressive and created more scoring chances. Georgia boss Vladimir Weiss insists they can spoil Serbia's party.

Cubs Bringing Out Big Stars for Game 3 Ceremonies
Harper , the 2015 NL MVP, returned for the final week of the regular season after missing 41 games with a hyperextended left knee. Scherzer, who started Monday's game after after battling a hamstring injury, baffled the Cubs until Zobrist's double.

Phillips 66 (PSX) Declares $0.70 Quarterly Dividend
The institutional investors in our partner's database now have: 349.91 million shares, down from 351.94 million shares in 2017Q1. Stock market analysts and brokers have recently amended their target prices on shares of Phillips 66 (NYSE:PSX).

Foldable Smartphone, ZTE Axon Multy Appears on Geekbench
The foldable, dual-screened ZTE Axon M is now one step closer to store shelves, since it's been certified by the US FCC. ZTE has an event scheduled for October 17 in NY and the Axon Multy is expected to be unveiled at the event.

© 2015 ExpressNewsline. All Rights reserved.