Teen girl kicked in head for not wearing mask on bus before man steps in

Shocking mobile phone footage has emerged of a teen girl being kicked in head for not wearing a face mask on a bus.

The incident took place when the man and his partner started arguing with a 16-year-old girl while on board the number 79 bus in West Bromwich on Thursday, October 1.

In the clip widely shared on social media, the man is heard shouting at the girl to "put the f***ing mask on" while other passengers defend the teen.

BirminghamLive reports a woman sitting next to him yells at the girl and says: "You’re spreading it around people.

"It’s lucky you’re 16. Or I would knock you out."

The matter escalates as the pair get up and attempt to leave the bus the man turns around and kicks the girl in the face.

The victim can be heard screaming "oh my God" and stands up to confront her attacker after the blow landed.

A suit-clad passenger then storms from the back of the double-decker and violently throws the man on to the floor.

"What the f*** are you doing," the man screams. "You piece of s***. I will murder you."

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The man stamps on his head and then begins pushing the mask-wearing woman off the bus.

The clip ends with the two men embroiled in a tussle and the lout is thrown off the bus head in a headlock.

A West Midlands Police confirmed that they were investigating the incident, saying: "An argument broke out on the 79 bus in Moxley at around 5.40pm on 1 October, before a fellow passenger racially abused the 16-year-old and kicked her.

"He was then thrown to the ground by another passenger, who then stamped on his head.

"We have spoken to the girl, and are examining mobile phone footage which has been shared on social media."

Anyone with information has been asked to get in touch with the force by calling 101, quoting crime reference number 20SW/240154T/20.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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