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Video: White Woman Asks Muslim Woman You F*cking Speak English

A white woman riding the bus in New York had an audience when she asked a Muslim woman, “Did you see the sign, you f*cking speak English” Part of the nasty exchange was caught on video.


The white woman, identified as Ashley, tells the Muslim woman, “ICE is here for you.”

“I’m getting into a fight with some Muslim chick because she has an attitude, because she thinks she has rights that she doesn’t have,” Ashley says.

The video is making its way around social media after it was uploaded to YouTube and people are trying to determine Ashley’s full identity.

The footage does not give much context to what led to the altercation but the person who posted it to Reddit included a description:

  • Woman gets on bus through the back door because the bus is too crowded. She has a baby [stroller].
  • Woman accidentally triggers door proximity alarm a few times, prompting other woman to scream “GET THE F*CK AWAY FROM THE DOOR”.
  • Woman looks at other woman who screamed at her.
  • Other woman begins to talk sh*t loudly at woman with baby carriage.

The vicious tirade echoes another that also took place on a New York bus. In this incident, a woman began harassing a bus driver and then exploded. This, too, was caught on video.

The woman says, “Go back to your f*cking country” and “I’m sick of you motherf*ckers! You got papers to be in this country”

A Facebook user named Zoe Mac posted the video of the incident, which took place in Orangetown, part of Rockland County.

“You think it’s a f***ing joke. He’s videotaping me. ‘Hi, how are you doing sweetheart I love you,'” the woman says sarcastically. “I love all you illegal immigrants. You do wonders for our country.”

The woman was eventually identified as 57-year-old Anne Marie Messiano. She was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing and aggravated harassment and is due to appear in court later this month.

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