Content warning: This article contains footage that depicts an individual using obscene, misogynistic language.\nA Montreal resident, who prefers to remain anonymous, has shared a video with MTL Blog that she took during an heinous encounter with a man in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville on blvd. St-Laurent.\nIn the video, the man berates the two women and the accompanying toddler using obscene, misogynistic language.\nHe did this, the anonymous reader says, because he heard them speaking Arabic.\nNeither of the women were wearing religious symbols at the time, she states.\n"Don't take my photo!" the man says as he approaches the women.\n"Why are you attacking me with my baby?" one woman exclaims. "I'm calling my husband right away!"\nThe man then approaches the toddler, a 4-year-old girl, and demands, "ask your mother if I can f*** her!"\nThe toddler bursts into tears and screams as the man hurries away while hurling misogynistic labels at the woman taking the video.\nView the video below or skip it by scrolling down. Be warned that it is extremely upsetting and offensive.\nIn the background of the video, nearby pedestrians can be heard rushing to intervene. The attacker flips off a man across the street as the video ends.\nMTL Blog via anonymous source.\nOne of the women later called the police.\nOn Twitter, the SPVM confirmed it is investigating.\nDepuis hier, plusieurs personnes nous ont fait parvenir la vidéo d’une femme victime d’une altercation verbale avec un homme. Sachez qu'elle a été retrouvée et qu’une enquête est en cours. Merci d’avoir avisé le #SPVM de la situation.Pour + d'info : https://t.co/SUzE4lJOfn pic.twitter.com/tW23KNoLuo— Police Montréal (@SPVM) July 24, 2019\nEarlier this year, Quebec premier François Legault asserted that there is no Islamophobia in the province. He later backtracked by explaining that Islamophobia does, indeed, exist, but insists it's not systemic.\nLegault has also refused to believe that Muslim women have been targeted with racist assaults since his government introduced a ban on religious symbols for public servants — a law that disporportionately affects religious minorities.\nStay tuned for updates. The man in the latest incident has not been identified.