Morning commutes on public transit are rough. You've barely had a hit of your daily dose of caffeine and you're forced to travel in a moving tin can squished shoulder to shoulder like sardines with total strangers. To say the least, it's triggering for even the most level-headed people.
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That said, I'm surprised - and glad - that more incidents like the one in the video below don't unfold on public transit more often.
On the morning of April 6th, a woman communicating with the SkyTrain in Vancouver was filmed by a security camera rushing to board her train and frustratingly missed the doors closing by a few seconds.
In a hazy confusion of the morning commute she then accidentally bumped into a fellow commuter. Luck was not on her side this morning, because - as you can see as the video unfolds, this mystery man has some serious anger control issues.
She seems to give a quick apology and began to walk away from the man. Then, out of nowhere, he aggressively throws his coffee cup at her and proceeds to even more aggressively shove he with such force that she falls and hits her head on the platform floor, practically falling down into the tracks.
The Vancouver woman was sent to the hospital with minor injuries and the suspect is still unidentified and police are still searching for this mysterious train aggressor.