VIDEO: Woman who allegedly begged to use cell phone, threatened man on CTA Red Line

Written By Timothy Fitz on Sunday, May 22, 2011 | 5/22/2011 08:50:00 PM

This woman was caught on tape behaving badly.

A CTA commuter videotaped an intense standoff between two passengers aboard a northbound Red Line train. The scene reaches its climax between the Argyle and Berwyn “L” stops.

It’s unclear when this incident occurred, but the footage was uploaded to Youtube on February 10, 2011.

According to the video’s narrative, the confrontation started after a woman begging to use a man’s cell phone, was denied her request.

In the one minute and forty-five seconds long video, a combative woman is seen putting her hands in a man’s face, calling him obscene names, and declaring her intentions to assault him.

The offender, who appears to be a Hispanic female in her late twenties or early thirties, exited the train at the Berwyn station at 1121 West Berwyn Avenue in Edgewater.

If you recognize this lady, please contact the police.

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