A woman was physically assaulted on CTA during Chicago's 2012 Gay Pride Parade weekend... and the shameful act was caught on video!
The incident took place on a dangerously crowded CTA Red Line train as it approached the Fullerton "L" stop at 943 West Fullerton Avenue, in Lincoln Park.
The drama began when a group of people, crammed near the exits, started pushing and shoving one another.
A black male standing on top of the seats next to doors became so enraged during the scuffle, he started threatening anyone and everyone around him -- including a few women.
"Nobody better not fucking touch me," yelled the man after he took of his T-shirt, exposing a black tank top.
Then, without provocation, the so-called man punched a woman in the face. When the woman hit him back, the thug shoved her so hard, she screamed as she flew across the train.
Instead of defending the woman, the other black "men" on train sided with the batterer.
Literally adding insult to injury, one black male at the scene called the woman a "monkey-ass" and told her to sit down.
When the woman-beater got off the train at Fullerton, several commuters started to applaud.