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'Drunk' female passenger 'on way home from Christmas party' threatens shocked train commuters as she shouts: 'Come on then take me!' A 'drunk' woman on a train from London to Essex was filmed harassing travellers The woman appeared to straddle a man while telling another 'come on take me'  Later in the video she appears to shove another man while continuing her rant  The clip was shared on social media where users blasted the woman's behaviour  Do YOU know this woman? Email: [email protected] 

By Rod Ardehali For Mailonline

Published: 12:31 GMT, 4 December 2019 | Updated: 14:18 GMT, 4 December 2019

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This is the shocking moment a 'drunk' woman on the way home from a Christmas party threatens commuters and tells a male passenger to 'come on take me.'

The bizarre incident, which happened on a c2c train between London and Essex yesterday evening, was recorded by fellow commuters who urged the woman to stop harassing other passengers.

John Mason, from Standard-le-Hope, Essex, who filmed the encounter, said: 'I was quietly minding my own business yet this girl was upsetting everyone and at the end of the day you have to take a stand.' 

This is the shocking moment a 'drunk' woman reportedly on the way home from a Christmas party threatened commuters

This is the shocking moment a 'drunk' woman reportedly on the way home from a Christmas party threatened commuters

The bizarre incident, which happened on a c2c train between London and Essex at 7pm yesterday, was recorded by fellow commuters who urged the woman to stop harassing other passengers

The video shows the woman confronting a man sat on the train while appearing to straddle him, before turning and pointing to another woman and shouting: 'Oh my god you thought you were going to f******

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