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Passenger's Shocking Response to Middle-Eastern Woman Talking on Phone Goes Viral (Video)

24-year-old Ivet, who was born in Iran and is currently a US citizen, says she was riding on a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train in California and talking to her father on the phone when a female passenger became irate. In a post on Facebook, Ivet wrote "I was on the BART going home after a long day and this lady right here heard me talk Assyrian on the phone. You can see what happened next ... " and she then proceeded to film the encounter. Ivet tells NBC Bay Area "This is crazy just crazy. I don't feel safe anymore that's all I can say I don't feel safe ... I don't want to take BART anymore." According to ABC 7, people who know the woman ranting contacted the news station and allege she is mentally ill and are now concerned for her safety.

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Source: NBC Bay Area, ABC 7 News
Photo: MailOnline

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