The transit police are investigating after the video was posted on social media showed that of the Translink bus driver went to a passenger off the bus after allegedly made contact with him.
The happened around 4:30 p.m. the number 100 bus, which was traveling east at Marine Drive in Knight Street, according to the passenger grabbed the video.
The video begins after the alleged contact occurred, and started with the bus driver to indicate on female passengers and is yielding.
"Get the hell off my bus! Get out of my bus now or I ask the cops. M & # 39; have contact with & # 39; when someone driving a bus & # 39; people," he said .
The woman could be heard & # 39; while talking something back, but it was not clear x & # 39; stated.
It is not clear x & # 39; type & # 39; contact was made between the passenger and the driver.
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The passenger grabbed the video, who asked not to be described, said the incident appeared to have been on break lost.
"The woman wanted to shut & # 39; from the bus and apparently or signal the driver to stop is not or is not għafitx the button," he said.
"Either way, having passed the bus, started a girl. I went to the bus driver and as approaching towards the next bus apparent attack force.
"Not having seen him because he was standing between me and the driver but is apparently attacked him as he stopped the bus in & # 39; sigh and register it when I started."
Metro Vancouver Transit Police Sgt. Clint Hampton said the investigators saw the video, but still could not talk to the driver.
"It seems to m & # 39; We should file about f & # 39; this time", he said.
"I spoke with the commander of our clock, is aware, he is talking with the sergeant covering the area & # 39; Vancouver and creates a file."
Global News requested comments from Translink.
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