New York Subway Employee Kicks, Drags Unconscious Man

A New York City Subway employee was filmed kicking and dragging an unconscious man by his hoodie through some subway cars on Nov. 4.

According to the New York Post, the subway employee was removing the man from the train’s final stop because he was drunk.

MTA spokesman Shams Tarek said: “This footage is clearly disturbing and the employee in the video has been removed from service while the incident is being investigated.”

Facebook user Claude Tm808bmg Harris filmed and posted the incident on Facebook with a description:

An @mta_nyc worker dragged an inebriated rider then kicks him while he was down after he had already knocked him off the seat he was sleeping on and didnt bother waking him all the way up.

I didnt get to get they part but as his co worker noticed me about to record thru the window he stepped in front of me prompting me to move we assumed the guy inside was gonna let the passenger out at the doors we were standing by which was the end of the g train at church ave so he blocked them but the guy inside proceeds to drag the man as you can see to the other end and then he kicks em and grabs him to possibly inflict more but the coworker says his name JENKINS and he stops…SO THIS IS WHAT IT IS MTA?

(Sources: Claude Tm808bmg Harris/Facebook, New York Post)

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