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A passenger has been knocked out by a man pushing a pram during an argument over face masks at a London train station.
William - not his real name - was arguing with South Western Railway staff by a ticket barrier at Clapham Junction station because one of the staff members was not wearing a mask, which is now a legal requirement on public transport.
Footage taken by a friend shows a white male in a grey hoodie, not wearing a mask and pushing a pram with a child in past the dispute.
Image:William was knocked unconscious by the punch before the man walked away with his child in a pram
William can be heard saying "you're not wearing one either", which he claims was not directed at the man.
The man then walked away from the pram as he shouted "don't f***ing start on me" and punched William, knocking him to the floor unconscious.
As William is seen bleeding on the ground, the man quickly left the area with his pram and child.
A member of rail staff can also be heard saying: "I told you both to go didn't I?"
This article first appeared on news.sky.com
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