Urine attack suspect


NEW: Police release another video of suspect in gross urine attacks

April 20, 2019 - 3:46 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Police officials released new video of a man who they say doused two female MTA workers with urine in the Bronx. 

The new video appears to show a man holding a water bottle with yellow liquid in it.

The two repulsive attacks happened within an hour of each other on April 12, the NYPD says.

Police say the suspect threw a container filled with urine at a 43-year-old MTA conductor inside of the Brook Avenue 6 train subway station. 

The victim was treated at and released from Westchester Square Hospital.

Police say later that morning, the suspect threw urine on a 43-year-old MTA bus operator as she was driving a northbound BX2 bus.

The victim was treated at and released from Lincoln Hospital.

The union TWU Local 100 is worried a man is targeting female MTA employees after the series of disgusting incidents. 

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