A professional footballer kicked over a homeless woman’s change pot and drenched her in water after she hurled vile racist abuse at him outside a London tube station.
The video, which was posted by the player on Twitter, begins with a white woman begging for money outside Queensway Underground Station in west London.
She is then confronted by Wealdstone FC footballer Ryan Gondoh, who accuses her of calling him a “black c***.”
After denying the accusation, she repeatedly calls him the N-word. Gondoh kicks over her cup of change in retaliation, calling the woman a “tramp”.
The National League star is later seen returning to the station and claims he wants to apologise.
Instead of apologising, he pulls out a bottle of water and sprays it over the woman, who is seen running inside the station.
The clash began after she accused Gondoh of not donating enough money – labelling him ‘greedy’ before levelling racist abuse at the 23-year-old.
He asks: “What did you call me?” She replies: “I called you greedy, darling.”
Gondoh then asks: “What else did you call me”, before saying “You called me a black c***, you little tramp.”
After repeatedly denying the claims, the women then says: "Yes, I did. You're a n*****.”
She continues to level vile racist insults at Gondoh, who then kicks over her cup, scattering the change all over the pavement.
He says: “You ain't getting nothing you little tramp. The old me would've kicked you in your f****** head, you little sket. Don't you dare ever call me a n***** again.”
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Another clip shows Gondoh returning a short while later, before tipping the contents of a bottle of water over her head.
He follows her into the station, shouting: “That's what you get. You dare ever (be) racist to me again. Listen, you little f****** b****. That's what you get. Come out here, then. Come and sit down here again.”
The footage ends when another man intervenes.
Gondoh has since shared racist abuse he has suffered online off the back of the footage and has now made his account private.
A spokesman for Wealdstone FC has said: "The club is aware of an incident involving Ryan Gondoh. There is absolutely no place in society for racism, discrimination or any form of violence.
"The club will be discussing this incident with Ryan in due course and will be making no further comment at this time."
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