Teenagers injury MTA bus with rocks, bricks and chair after being kicked off


A pair of unruly teenagers who have been tossed off a Bronx bus retaliated by throwing rocks, bricks and a chair on the car’s home windows, in line with police and photographs launched Friday of the meteoric meltdown.

The 2 teen women have been on the BX11 MTA bus on June 25 round 6:15 p.m. close to East 170th Avenue after they have been kicked off the bus for squabbling with different passengers, police mentioned.

When the motive force booted the ladies, they walked to the entrance of the bus and tried unsuccessfully to tear the windshield wipers off, video of the incident exhibits.

When that didn’t work, one of many women — sporting a large grin — grabbed a chair and threw it on the bus whereas her buddy picked up some rocks and bricks from the bottom to hurl on the bus, the video exhibits.

A aspect window was damaged and “different unspecified damages” have been sustained in the course of the tantrum, cops mentioned.

The teenager women, with a number of others, ran westbound on East 170 Avenue in direction of Grand Concourse and are nonetheless needed for the incident.