- A video about shocking racist rant directed at a passenger on a Melbourne train enraged Filipino online community
- According to the video uploader, two teens cursed and shouted at the 66-year-old Filipina
- The Filipina named Mila was still recovering after having a kidney removed
An elderly Filipino woman was a victim of racist abuse during a train ride in Melbourne, Australia last week.
Two Ausie teens bullied 66-year-old Mila.
In a video uploaded by Patricia Bonnar, 2 women are screaming racist curses at the Filipino and told the latter to go back to her country.
They screamed “motherf*cking curry muncher,” “shut up, b**ch,” and “go back to your own f**king country.”
According to Bonnar, Mila was very frail as she was still recovering after having a kidney removed at the Peter Mac Callum Cancer Hospital in Melbourne.
Bonnar also shared that the 2 teenagers threw filthy looks at them when they first boarded the carriage.
"They walked up and sat opposite Mila, she was coughing and the girls were staring at her. Then they started abusing her," said Bonnar in an interview as reported by ABS-CBN News.
"They are 14-year-old girls and I've had so many people contact me with horror stories about these bullies abusing innocent people travelling on the train, at the station, in shops etc," she added.
Bonnar was with her friends Andree Maxwell and Suzie Piggot when they decided to step in because they could no longer stand seeing and hearing the abuse.
According to Ms Bonnar the incident was "pretty scary" and the two "feral" women looked like they "were capable of anything".
"We couldn't sit back and do nothing. We moved up and sat next to Mila to support her until these feral girls got off the train," she said.
"Mila had her kidney removed due to cancer...Mila is such a beautiful lady and was not rude to these girls," she Bonnar.
"We didn't know her before the incident, we took her to the police station on Thursday to report it, then had coffee," she added.
Mila has been an a resident of Australia since the year 1985.
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