Rail worker dies after being spat at

A rail worker at Victoria station has died after a member of the public spat at her and a colleague.

Both were diagnosed with Covid-19 after falling ill within days.

Belly Mujinga, 47 was on the concourse on 22nd March when a member of the public claimed they had corona and spat and coughed at both workers.

She died on 5th April and her funeral was limited to 10 people.

British Transport Police have now launched an investigation. Anyone with information can contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 and quoting reference 359 of 11/05/20.


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    7 thoughts on “Rail worker dies after being spat at

    • Disgusting!
      I really hate people who casually spit in public! Makes my blood boil.
      Unfortunately I see it often around Woolwich & Charlton – makes me want to throw up!

      • I totally agree. There needs to be an instant fine.

      • Agreed. The worst I have ever tallied is four different people overtly spitting within 30 mins in Woolwich Town Centre.

    • This is an appalling and despicable crime. My sympathies to her family and I hope the perpetrator is swiftly caught.

    • As more people use the network there will be more incidents like this

    • Disgusting habit totally agree 100% I hate anyone who spits in public and shows just our disgusting these people really are in our society !!

      Once this matter has been fully investigated and the culprit caught they will need to be tested to see if they had Covid-19 at the time of the said incident. Then they can be charged accordingly. Lets hope they are cuaght sooner rather than later before they can do this again.

      Either way anyone who deliberately spits in the street are the lowest of the low.

    • Terrible news. What a disgusting person doing this to someonewho is just going about their job and trying to earn a living for themselves, My thoughts with are the ladies family, friends and colleagues.

      Lets hope they are caught soon.


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