Terrified girl, 3, told to ‘f**k off back to Syria’ by thug as TFL staff ‘did nothing and shook hands with abuser’ at London tube station

Terrified girl, 3, told to ‘f**k off back to Syria’ by thug as TFL staff ‘did nothing and shook hands with abuser’ at London tube station


A MUM has said her three-year-old daughter was racially abused at tube station but staff did nothing to help.

Rashina Begum said a “white male” told both of them to “go back to Syria” and “f**k off back to your country” while his female friend laughed.

Rashina Begum claims staff did nothing to help her
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In a Facebook post she said her daughter “was absolutely shook up by the ordeal” adding that this “grown up adult can not get away with this in this day and age”.

But to make matters worse, she claimed after she reported the early afternoon incident to staff at Mile End station, east London, the man alleged to have abused her was allowed get away.

Rashina claimed she was taken to the station office and on CCTV monitor was able to see that “TFL staff shook his hand and let him back on to the train”.

She protested to them about why British Transport Police hadn’t been called or his name and details taken”.

When she complained about the staff member who she alleges shook the perpetrator’s hand, she was ignored and was not given his name to make a complaint.


She said police were “very helpful and outraged” by the way TFL staff staff handled the incident and “advised me to take it further”.

Rashina later tweeted: “I want the footage of the altercation to help police identify the racist who abused me and my innocent child.

“I would also want an investigation into staff behaviour towards victims.”

Siwan Hayward, TfL’s Director of Policing, said: “All of our customers have every right to travel without fear of abuse and we are urgently investigating this incident with our Mile End station team.

“We encourage anybody who experiences verbal or physical assault to report it to the police immediately or to our staff who are trained to contact the police and offer assistance.”

The terrifying incident happened at Mile End station
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