Isis bitches bus rant screengrab
A racist rant by an unidentified woman (right) against two Muslim women on a London bus was filmed by a fellow passengermaxmeal/YouTube

A 36 year-old woman has been arrested at her home in Willesden Green, north London, on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offence, in connection with an incident on a bus in Kilburn. The incident saw two Middle East women subjected to prolonged racial abuse, threats of violence and being called "Isis bitches".

The sustained verbal attack was captured on a fellow passenger's mobile phone and had been viewed by more than 750,000 people before it was removed from social media platform Facebook. However, the video was reposted on YouTube.

During the shocking verbal tirade that took place on the 206 bus, which passes through the north London suburbs of Brent Park and Kilburn, an unnamed black woman was seen standing next to a child in a buggy, while hurling a torrent of racial abuse and profanity at the two women – one of whom was pregnant. During the tirade the woman told the two Muslim women to "go home" and threatening to "donkey kick" the pregnant woman "in the stomach" so she "will never have a kid again".

She also taunted the women, who were dressed in traditional Middle East attire, and accused them them of being "f***ing rude" and coming to England with "no f***ing manners".

Warning: Video has graphic language

The 'Isis bitches' anti-Muslim rant was caught on video by a fellow passengerIBTimes UK

As the abuse escalated and the driver of the bus tried to intervene, the woman was witnessed telling the women to go back to their countries of origin where they are "bombing every day" and continued to taunt the women, saying "go home and make your bomb on the internet". She then turned to the child in the buggy and said: "What happened? Isis got into the country, that's what happened." She then accused the women of sleeping with the same husband, calling them "disgusting".

In a final action, the abusive woman was seen getting her phone out and filming each passenger. When challenged by one of the women she has been abusing, the black woman screamed: "Touch me again and I'll punch you in the face, touch me again and I'll punch you in the head, dirty sandrags."

A statement the Metropolitan police said, "A woman has been arrested in connection with the investigation of video footage showing a racist incident taking place on a route 206 bus on Tuesday, 13 October.

"The 36-year-old woman was arrested at her home address in Willesden Green on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offence. She was taken into custody at a north London police station where she remains at this time.

"Officers from the Safer Transport Team on Brent Borough are investigating. The incident happened at around 10:30hrs as the bus was travelling along Knatchbull Road, NW10. Enquiries continue."