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Caught On Video: Mom Lets Stroller Roll Out Of Subway While She Fights

Excuse me, ma'am? Um, your baby just rolled off the train...

Another mom behaving badly, caught on tape. Here’s the thing though, I’m not quite sure how this one got caught on tape unless the person who was recording was in on the action. You’ll see why when you watch the video. The person is recording well before the incident starts, as if waiting for it to go down.

Here’s what happened – I’ll explain it to you because it’s kind of hard to take that all in on the first viewing.  Two women are riding the L train in Brooklyn. You’ll see the woman in blue holding onto a red stroller containing her baby. At some point she whips out mace and sprays the other woman who is in white.

They begin to fight and the stroller rolls out the subway doors at the stop. You can hear people shouting “The baby! The baby!” but the woman pays them no mind and continues to kick, bite, scream, pull hair…  You know, the usual errands moms have to get done in a day.

If there is one good thing about this story it’s the fact that people jump off the train to care for the baby while mom fights. Another group of people finally break the women up. I’m not sure why the woman maced the other one but it was probably about a dude who isn’t worth their time.

What kind of mother decides to mace a woman while on the subway WITH HER CHILD?  Also, what kind of mom is more interested in brawling on a train then chasing her baby that’s in a stroller that just rolled out the door?  This one, I guess.

Another head-scratcher, that’s for sure. Video after the jump:

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