Woman brutally kicks passenger in the face in huge train brawl
A woman was captured kicking a passenger in the face in a fight over a sandwich on the train.
The horrifying video below shows a female passenger cruelly beaten by another woman who accused her of throwing a sandwich on a train traveling to Birmingham from London recently.
In the clip, which was filmed by a nearby commuter, the woman can be seen approaching the female passenger and her male companion.
She asked the pair if they had thrown food at her. However, the two passengers denied the act.
The woman then told them: "Don't make me take off my wig. I will punch you into next week!"
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The female passenger, who's wearing a pineapple shirt, initially argued back to the woman.
The attacker then took her wig off and grabbed hold of the woman. She repeatedly hit her in the head.
The video also shows the victim's male companion appears to try and pull the woman off when a hooded man intervenes.
The hooded male then jumped in. He pulled the female's male companion into a headlock and wrestled him to the ground.
The female victim cowered in fear at one point as her attacker continued to punch her.
The commuters looked entirely unfazed by the display.
In the video, the two men can be seen leaving the carriage rather than helping the victims.
A fellow passenger, who did not appear to be involved in the fight, eventually intervened by splitting up the two women.
According to the British Transport Police, they were aware of the incident after it was widely shared online. However, no arrests have been made, as reported by Daily Mail.
"We are aware of footage circulating on social media showing an assault on board a Chiltern Train," a spokesperson stated. "We believe it relates to an incident which took place on a train between London and Birmingham Snow Hill at 9.50pm on 27 August."
The spokesperson added: "An investigation into this incident is underway, no arrests have been made at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact BTP by calling 0800 40 50 40 or texting 61016."
Since the video of the incident was uploaded on Facebook, it has been viewed almost one million times.