Shocking moment schoolgirl ‘punched and kicked’ by grown woman on bus after ‘playing her music too loud’ | The Sun

THIS is the shocking moment a schoolgirl was punched and kicked on a bus by a grown woman who claimed she was playing her music too loudly.

Footage of the assault shows an adult woman, thought to be in her 20s or 30s, confronting the 13-year-old girl on the top deck of a west London bus.

The woman can be heard asking: "Do you not hear what I'm saying?

"I'll pull your f***ing hair out, do you understand?"

She then moves other to the schoolgirl, shouting "Turn that s**t off!" before punching and kicking her.

Other passengers can be heard expressing their shock at the attack, before the driver intervened.

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Cops are still hunting for the woman, who attacked the girl on her way home from school.

The Metropolitan Police told MyLondon: "At 4.24pm on February 3 police received a report of an assault against a school girl on a Route X140 Bus at Church Road, Northolt.

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"The victim, a 13-year-old girl, was travelling home from school on the bus when the suspect, a woman aged 20 – 30years, approached her and told her to turn her music down.

"The victim complied with the request turning the volume down, but not turning it completely off.

"The suspect then assaulted the child, at which point the driver of the bus came upstairs and ordered the victim to leave the bus.

"Enquiries are underway to identify the suspect."

Transport for London has been contacted for comment.

It comes after a Salford woman threw broccoli at another shopper in Lidl during a furious argument at the checkout.

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