BAM! Crazy A$$ Man Gets Knocked Out After Hurling Racial Slurs At Black Subway Passengers



A crazy a$$ man who was caught on camera hurling racist abuse at black passengers on the London Underground got knocked the f* out with a single punch.

Videos posted to social media captured the man, who shouting at a group of young Black men in the same subway car for several minutes before … BAM!

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