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In what can only be described as the reverse version of this rant in the same city, London authorities have arrested a woman after video of her racially insulting Black passengers on a train was uploaded to YouTube.

Jacqueline Williams (pictured), a Slade Green Kent native, has been charged with a racially-aggravated public offense order. In the 40-second clip, uploaded October 30th, Williams can be heard taunting Black riders:

“Go home, go home where you belong. You might have been born here, but I bet your grandparents and your great, great grandparents weren’t.”

“Go home, the lot of you. You make me sick. It’s why this country’s like it f***** is. If yous belonged here you’d be pink-skinned, blonde-haired, blue eyes, green eyes.”

Watch the racist rant here:

As one Black female passenger departs the train, Williams decides to target her for harassment.

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Oliver Miller, the 24-year-old brother of Leah, the 21-year-old who filmed Williams’ entire rant, says his sister was unable to fight back because of her job.

“‘My sister wasn’t able to stand up for them because she was looking after the lady with learning difficulties, so she decided to film the incident instead,” Miller told the UK Mail Online.

“[She] was pretty upset and angry at what happened. London is our home. Our father is Jamaican, but he’s lived here since he was 14, and we were both born here.”

Though the clip doesn’t show it, Williams apparently tells Leah, “Look, you even walk like a monkey” from the platform.

Angry over his sister’s treatment, Miller posted her video online. Named ‘Racist Lady On Train In Woolwich,’ the clip has already garnered over 1,100 views.

Williams is due to appear before Bexley Magistrates’ Court on November 9th for her trial.


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