Police make CCTV appeal after Muslim woman racially abused on Piccadilly line at King’s Cross Tube station

Police make CCTV appeal after Muslim woman racially abused on Tube
Police have issued a CCTV picture of a woman after a Muslim woman wearing a hijab was racially abused on the Tube.

The incident happened at around 4.15pm on March 10 when the victim was waiting to board a train on the eastbound Piccadilly line platform at King’s Cross station.

She felt someone push against her, turned around, and was racially abused by a woman.

The abuse continued on the train, leaving the victim “extremely upset”, say British Transport Police.

The woman was comforted by other passengers, until the train reached Caledonian Road, where she left and reported the matter.

PC Elspeth Cook said: “Everyone has the right to feel safe on their journey, and we work hard to ensure London Underground remains a pleasant and respectful environment.

“Thankfully this sort of unacceptable behaviour is rare, and we will do everything we can to identify the person responsible.

“I believe the woman in the image we are issuing today can help us with our investigation. Who is she?”

Anyone with information is asked to contact BTP on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference TSUB/B10 of 22/04/2015.

Information can also be passed anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

And now for some choice comments by our resident racist herd..

ronaldsy says...
So did the police in Luton d anything about the white non muslim girl who was abused in Luton I think not same laws different treatment

thunderspuds says...
WOW!!! The police are trying to track down a woman who called a muslim a few names ... yet they refuse to prosecute 100's of muslim men involved in the grooming and rape of white children for fear of upsetting the Asian community.

Now that was was one of the dumbest comments ever - What has this woman got to do with the events in Luton?
sallygreen139 says...
if you walk around looking like a bin liner what do you expect
It seems you would feel right at home in a 'bin liner' TRASH.......... S to? I must try to send my children there. Would this person be more worthy of respect in your eyes if she wore daisy dukes and a bra top? 
jt1313 says...
The police badly need re-educating that we pay them to support and protect genuine British people here in BRITAIN and not to make life easier for the fikn foreigners!
coredee16 says...
Muslim, Christian, jew, white, black, brown, old, young, man, woman - whatever a person is there is no need for abuse.
Yes, the muslims don't stop - don't give them more power either.
Zanna says...
Gosh, we really have a bright bunch on here.

missmerrily says...
We mustn't stoop to the levels of ignorance that some radical muslims do, otherwise we are as bad and worse than they are. I thought the whole point of being proud to be British was based on our tolerance of others. Let's not descend to the level of some of our incomers.

ronaldsy wrote:
So did the police in Luton d anything about the white non muslim girl who was abused in Luton I think not same laws different treatmentWhy would they, she is one of our own.

powyskeck says...
How the hell do you get a hijab on your head in the first place, i thought they were for digging holes! Ow.
ianjdavenport says...
I am curious. What 'race' is this woman? Why does the report focus on the fact that she is a muslim when muslims are, in fact, not a race and a person of any race can be a muslim. Or are we, once again, seeing some non-informed reporter looking for a bit of sensationalism.

sjh2525 says...
I take it that the police have tangible PROOF that this actually happened. If not, they should drop it immediately. Otherwise all this race-card nonsense is going to get very silly.

Vivu Israelo says...
More bleating from Muslims. They do play the victim card so very well do they not?

Paulus2012 says...
Why are Police wasting time with this? The sooner Muslims get the message that the hijab is not wanted here anymore than their awful religion the better!

"What has this woman got to do with the abuse in Luton or Terrorism in Syria?"

Sadly this is the day-to-day reality for Muslims in the UK, where it's OK to be a racist asshole, as long as it's against Muslims, and all with the blessings of the government and right-wing media..

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