A manhunt is underway after a London Underground worker was racially abused when she asked a customer to put a mask on.
The man approached the member of staff just before 6pm on October 13 and asked for help with his Oyster card.
Noticing how he wasn’t wearing a face mask, the worker asked him to put one on before she could help.
The man refused and started shouting at the woman before entering a shop in Morden Underground station, south London.
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When he emerged, he began racially abusing the worker before leaving the station.
The man then reportedly showed up the next day to take a photo of the woman before making off again.
CCTV showing the suspect has been released by British Transport Police in a bid to find him.
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