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Police look into racist bus rant

SUSPECT: Unidentified woman

THE METROPOLITAN police confirmed that they are investigating footage of a racist rant involving a black woman on a crowded London bus that appeared on video sharing website YouTube on August 17.

At times looking directly at the person filming, for two-and-a-half minutes the unknown woman shouted many profanities directed at white passengers.

Appearing to be middle-aged, she said: “I'm so glad. I'm born black and I'll die black. I was born African and I'll f****** die African.

“The only reason I was born in this country is because you f****** people brought my people here.

“My parents are f****** African, born in Jamaica. And I’m f****** African, born in England and I can’t stand you white people, I tell you.”

WARNING: Video contains highly offensive language. Viewer discretion is advised

The woman continued: “I don’t care what none of you lot got to say because at the end of the day if you lot would have had a choice you will f****** go with your people and I’ll go with mine.

“The whole lot of you are programmed, f****** puppets. Not this one, I’m black and proud.”

“They all want to be f***ing black, they all put fat in their lips and their bottoms and sit down on the sun bed to be black.”

She added: “Free speech. I hate white people. I can’t stand none of you. Strictly black, the more black the happier I am.”

The Metropolitan police stated that they are assessing the footage.

In May, 42-year-old Jacqueline Woodhouse was jailed for 21 weeks after admitting causing harassment, alarm and distress to an Asian man, Galbant Juttla, after she directed an expletive-ridden racist rant on a Central Line train between St Paul's and Mile End stations on January 23.

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