Video of two New York City subway passengers in a violent confrontation has gone viral.
The New York Post reports that the confrontation began when one of the individuals in the video, the man with the bicycle, bumped the other man, seen in the delivery suit with his bike.
Reportedly, the man in the delivery suit demanded the man with the bike apologize for ramming him with the bike. When he refused, the altercation began.
Just another day in New York City!— NY Actions (@NY_ACTIONS) September 11, 2022
Apparently the guy’s bike knocked into the black guy, black guy told him to apologize, he didn’t, fight started.#mta #nyc #lawlessness #Brooklyn #NewYorkCity #NeverForget #breaking #nypd #ericadams #crime #subway #lawlessness @NYCMayor @MTA pic.twitter.com/OLMQmfRx6b
As the fight broke out, other passengers watched from a distance, with no one stepping in to stop the violent exchange.
The New York Post was unable to identify either of the individuals involved.
This story comes after Republican Gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin came very close to victory against incumbent Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY) in a race focused on soaring crime.