A video’s emerged of the horrendous moment a woman unleashed a vile racist rant at two Asian women on a tram in Manchester.
The footage, obtained by The Manchester Evening News, shows an unidentified woman angrily berating the two women who were sat opposite her at around 7.30am Wednesday morning.
The wild eyed woman swears wildly and seems unsteady on her feet as she quizzes one of the women, and then gets even more irate when she says she works as a lecturer at the nearby Salford University.
She then bizarrely claims she deserves that ‘role’ – we didn’t realise that Salford Uni had started a ‘fuck wit’ course.
Pointing aggressively at the pair, she screams racist abuse, shouting: ‘I don’t want you teaching any of my kids’, then ‘I don’t want no foreign nurse looking after me’.
The woman then begins to shout that she is from Salford as she continues her rant.
Eventually a good Samaritan attempts to calm the woman down, but she’s is undeterred, saying ‘I don’t give a fuck’.
Thankfully her tirade ends when the tram stops and the driver comes down the carriage, telling the vile woman she has to leave the vehicle because she is upsetting the passengers.
Incredibly the scumbag admits to riding without a ticket as well and is rightfully thrown of the tram.
The recording, which was taken by a witness, has now been shared with the police who say they are reviewing it to see if any offence has been committed.
An anonymous witness told the Manchester Evening News:
I just couldn’t believe what happened. The woman got on the tram at Harbour City and was immediately swearing and being abusive… She was horrendous.
She was talking about being from Salford and representing the city, but I am from Salford and all she has done is give it a bad name. She is a disgrace.
The woman’s own family have said they’re ‘disgusted’ with her behaviour and are keen to let the public know that they have disowned her.
Her daughter-in-law Natalie Hulmes said:
I’m just so upset she has behaved like this but more so to mention her kids and grandkids in her horrendous opinions, like I say she hasn’t seen my partner and our two children for nearly five years.
Seriously, people like this give Salford a bad name.
More of a concept than a journalist, Tom Percival was forged in the bowels of Salford University from which he emerged grasping a Masters in journalism.
Since then his rise has been described by himself as ‘meteoric’ rising to the esteemed rank of Social Editor at UNILAD as well as working at the BBC, Manchester Evening News, and ITV.
He credits his success to three core techniques, name repetition, personality mirroring, and never breaking off a handshake.