Look, we’re all upset about the fare hikes, the overwcrowded trains, the delays, and the general soul-suckingness of our commute. But this is not the solution: Two teenagers slapped an MTA conductor when she stuck her head out of the subway window at the Livonia Avenue L stop.
The New York Daily News reports that the 49-year-old conductor put her head out the window to do a safety check when a teenager slapped her on the back of the head. When she slammed on the brakes in response to the incident, another teen hit her. The attackers are believed to be around 16 years old and were caught on surveillance cameras leaving the station after the February 25 attack. Not cool. If you see either of these suspects, alert the police and watch your back.