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This is the moment two women on the quiet carriage of a train fight in hushed tones - after a passenger allegedly told off other people for speaking too loudly.
Callum Beeley was travelling from London Paddington to Penzance with his sister Cara to visit their mother on Tuesday when an argument kicked off about them speaking in the quiet section.
The 29-year-old began recording after a woman allegedly started shouting down from the other side of the train carriage and telling other commuters off for speaking too loudly.
The video shows an unidentified woman approaching Cara after reportedly shouting 'Do you not know what quiet means?' to another commuter who was speaking to his friend.
Callum says his sister had just defended the man - who is out of shot - by saying 'Who do you think you are?' to the unnamed woman.
Callum Beeley was travelling from London Paddington to Penzance with his sister Cara (pictured) to visit their mother on Tuesday when an argument kicked off about them speaking in the quiet section
The video opens with Cara saying 'Get out of my face, honestly get out of my face.'
The woman replies in hushed tones, saying: 'Don't try me girl.'
Cara responds: 'Don't you f***ing try me, get out of my face, I don't know who you think you are.'
The woman then says: 'I know who I am, this is a quiet carriage. Babies aside.'
'So what,' Cara retorts 'You don't pay more for your 'quiet carriage'.'
The woman replies abruptly: 'Shut up. You are not