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"It's not funny being racist" - SHOCKING MOMENT MAN GET KNOCKED OUT BY PUNCH ON THE T

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THIS is the moment a racist who taunted black Tube passengers saying "this is my home and you're all going back" was knocked out with a single punch.
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The white man, who was not wearing a face covering, also told the group of black men "you're my pets" in the vile rant on the London Underground that was caught on camera.
The man launched his sick tirade on a Central Line train on Saturday afternoon.

He shouted at the passengers "you're black... oh my god" as the woman filming said "what's that supposed to mean?"

Another passenger told him: "Not a single person on the train wants to hear that garbage coming out of your mouth. Disgusting."

He then started swinging on the handrails singing "they're lesser than us" and telling the black men "you're my pets".
The man then started screaming "violence", which led to a woman accuse him of being "EDL scum" - an apparent reference to the English Defence League.

The man shouted: "I don't roll with EDL scum".

She then said: "You're worse than them then," and he shouted "yes".

He then told her to "f*** off c*** face".

As the train pulled up to Bank station, the man gestured at the three black men as they got up from their seats.

He then squared up to them before one of the three punched him in the face, causing him to fall backwards and crash his head onto the floor of the train.

One furious passenger told him: "It's not funny being racist".

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