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  • The dispute is thought to have broken out over seats in the northern Indian city
  • Man abused the woman with racial slurs as another passenger filmed on phone
  • She then said to one of her abusers: 'You want to fight? Then let's fight!'

By Rory Tingle For Mailonline

Published: 11:23 EDT, 5 May 2017 | Updated: 11:49 EDT, 5 May 2017

A woman who was racially abused on a train scared off the thug by stripping down to her bra and challenging him to a fight.

The African woman was on a crowded Delhi Metro train when some men began to pick on her and her friend.

The dispute is thought to have broken out over seats in the northern Indian city.

The African woman was on a crowded Delhi Metro train when some men began to pick on her and her friend
The African woman was on a crowded Delhi Metro train when some men began to pick on her and her friend

The African woman was on a crowded Delhi Metro train when some men began to pick on her and her friend

The men arguing with the two women turned out to be among the many anti-African racists in India, and their argument turned to racial slurs.

A witness videoed the row with a smartphone as the train travelled from the Green Park station on Delhi's Yellow line.

In the clip, the visibly furious African woman peels off her jumper to the astonishment of all present.

She says to one of the men: 'You want to fight? Let's fight!'

The shock of the buxom commuter stripping off was enough to defuse the tension of the situation, and a man steps in to say: 'No one wants to fight anybody.'

Putting her jumper back on, the woman seems to realise that the argument is over.

In the clip, the visibly furious African woman peels off her jumper to the astonishment of all present
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The shock of the buxom commuter stripping off was enough to defuse the tension of the situation, and a man steps in to say: 'No one wants to fight anybody'
The shock of the buxom commuter stripping off was enough to defuse the tension of the situation, and a man steps in to say: 'No one wants to fight anybody'

The shock of the buxom commuter stripping off was enough to defuse the tension of the situation, and a man steps in to say: 'No one wants to fight anybody'

A World Values Survey report in 2013 found that India was the second most racist country in the world behind Jordan. 

Some 41% of respondents saying they would not want a neighbour of a different race.

But the same survey run in 2016 found that the country had become more tolerant, with only 25.6 percent of Indians saying they would not want a neighbour of a different race.  

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