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Man urinates on Asian woman, 25, inside New York City subway car

Man urinates on Asian woman, 25, inside New York City subway car and other passengers do NOTHING to help

  • A 25-year-old Asian-American woman was riding the Queens-bound F train at 1.30pm on Saturday when a white man in his 60s urinated on her 
  • Victim told a blog the attacker, dressed in all black and wearing a ski mask, remained silent as he directed a stream of urine at her
  • Woman said she filed a harassment report with the police but no arrests have been made 
  • Incident comes amid a dramatic increase in attacks targeting Asian-Americans since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic 
  • A 68-year-old Sri Lankan man was punched in the face on 1 train in Manhattan on Friday, leading to hate crime charges  

Police in New York City are looking for a man who urinated on a young Asian-American woman inside a Queen-bound F train over the weekend. 

The 25-year-old victim was riding the northbound train at around 1.30pm on Saturday when a masked man dressed in all black approached the bench where she was sitting and stood uncomfortably close to her.

‘So I scooted to my right and noticed that his penis was pointed at me and that there was urine on my bag and jacket,’ the victim told the blog AsianFeed. ‘We made eye contact but he didn’t say anything.’

The vile incident took place a day after an elderly Sri Lankan man was punched in the face while riding the 1 train in Manhattan.  

A 25-year-old Asian-American woman was riding the Queens-bound F train at 1.30pm on Saturday when she said this man in his 60s urinated on her

The woman said that none of the passengers around her said or did anything to come to her defense.

As her assailant, whom she described as a white male in his 60s, was about to get off the train at the 75th Avenue station, the woman managed to take a photo of him with her cellphone.

The suspect was last seen wearing a ski mask on his head revealing a pair of grey bushy eyebrows, and a black jacket with an American flag patch on his chest.

The victim told the blog she considered getting off the train right away and reporting the incident to the police, but she said she was ‘alone and afraid,’ so she continued on her way.

The 25-year-old has since filed a harassment report with the police. So far, no arrests have been announced.

The woman said he stood uncomfortably close to her, pulled out his penis and directed his urine stream at her, leaving her jacket and bag drenched

The woman said he stood uncomfortably close to her, pulled out his penis and directed his urine stream at her, leaving her jacket and bag drenched 

A photo shows a subway bench wet with urine following the incident on the northbound F train on Saturday

A photo shows a subway bench wet with urine following the incident on the northbound F train on Saturday 

In a separate incident, Narayange Bodhi, originally from Sri Lanka, was commuting to his job as a security guard at 2.40pm on Friday when the attacker viciously punched him on a 1 Train in Lower Manhattan

In a separate incident, Narayange Bodhi, originally from Sri Lanka, was commuting to his job as a security guard at 2.40pm on Friday when the attacker viciously punched him on a 1 Train in Lower Manhattan

This incident comes amid a dramatic increase in attacks targeting Asian-Americans since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. 

On Sunday, 36-year-old Marc Mathieu was arrested on a charge of assault as a hate crime for allegedly beating a 68-year-old man from Sri Lanka while yelling anti-Asian slurs on board the 1 train in Manhattan on Friday.

In a separate attack that took place on Saturday, a 66-year-old Asian man was punched in the face by a homeless man in Manhattan’s Chinatown.

Last week, the NYPD revealed that it had recorded a 1,300 per cent increase in anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic.

On Sunday, thousands marched in Atlanta, New York and Washington DC, among other cities, following the mass shooting last week at Asian-owned spas in Georgia, which claimed the lives of eight people, including six Asian women.

The shooter, 21-year-old Robert Aaron Long, admitted to the murders but denied that the attacks were racially motivated.

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