NYC man who kicked woman down Brooklyn subway escalator arrested

The suspect who was caught on camera kicking a woman down a subway escalator was arrested for the heartless assault, police said.

Bradley Hill, 32, of Brooklyn, was arrested on assault and attempted assault charges Friday for the Sept. 9 attack, cops said.

Hill allegedly kicked a woman in the chest after she told him to “say ‘excuse me’” as he pushed past her at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, according to the NYPD.

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Hill allegedly shot back, “I did,” spun around and front kicked the victim, sending her tumbling down the escalator, security footage showed.

The victim, who is also 32, was banged up but refused medical attention for cuts and bruises to her back, arms, legs, knee and thigh, cops said.

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Bradley Hill allegedly kicked the woman down the escalators at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center subway station in Brooklyn.
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NYPD officers ultimately arrested and charged Hill with assault from the Sept. 9, 2021 incident.
NYPD officers ultimately arrested and charged Hill with assault from the Sept. 9, 2021 incident.
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