Shocking video of racist attack on Brisbane train emerges online

A video posted on the internet showing a man swearing at and racially abusing a security guard on a Brisbane train has sparked an outrage among web users.

London: A video posted on the internet showing a man swearing at and racially abusing a security guard on a Brisbane train has sparked an outrage among web users.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the sickening racist attack on the security guard at Indooroopilly Station happened on October 2 in a train after he asked a man to take his feet off a seat.

The passenger, who seems to be in an inebriated state in the video, responded to the guard's request by calling him a "n***er" and a "black c***".

The YouTube video shows the young man challenging the guard for a fight and abusing him for almost five minutes before two men intervene and try to get him off the train.

A Facebook page has been reportedly set up to track down the offender and has gained hundreds of followers who have strongly condemned the young man's actions through their posts.

Meanwhile, Australian rapper Fortafy also shared the video, condemning the attack. Within hours it had been shared almost 10,000 times, the report added.

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