Shocking moment racist repeatedly shouts n-word at black Irish woman

Black Irish woman records shocking video of a racist man repeatedly yelling the n-word at her and telling her to ‘go back to your own country’

  • The video shows a racist man shouting the extremely offensive term in Galway 
  • The woman filming says: ‘Don’t talk to me like that’ as he continues to yell at her
  • She posted the 30-second video footage online and wrote: ‘Ireland isn’t racist?’ 

This is the shocking moment a man repeatedly shouts the n-word at a black Irish woman and tells her to ‘go back to your own country’. 

In the unprovoked racist attack, a white man crosses the road in Galway and aggressively shouts the n-word at the woman in broad daylight.

The video clip was shared on Twitter by user @adejokxe with the caption: ‘Ireland isn’t racist?? I was in Galway minding my business then this happened’.

The woman filming says: ‘Say that again’ as the middle-aged man spins round to face her and points his finger at the camera.  

In the unprovoked racist attack, a white man (left) crosses the road in Galway and aggressively shouts the n-word at the woman – whose Twitter handle is @adejokxe (right) – in broad daylight

The video was shared on Twitter by user @adejokxe with the caption: ‘Ireland isn’t racist?? I was in Galway minding my business then this happened’

He repeatedly shouts ‘n*****’ as the incredulous woman says: ‘What? Don’t talk to me like that’.

A man wearing a red t-shirt and jeans who witnesses the racist attack cycles towards the man, in an apparent bid to keep him back from the woman. 

The racist man – wearing a padded coat and sunglasses with a rucksack on his back – continues to shout: ‘You’re a f****** n*****.’

The woman repeats: ‘Don’t talk to me like that’. 

The man raises his voice again as he yells: ‘You’re not from here.  Go back to your own country’. 


The white man – dressed in a tracksuit and dark padded jacket – strides across the road shouting the n-word as a cyclist attempts to intervene

The female responds: ‘I’m Irish. I’m from here. Don’t talk to me like that.’

The cyclist’s efforts to intervene have little effect, as the man strides towards the camera and shouts: ‘Where were you born?’

The lady answers: ‘I was born here, don’t talk to me like that.’ 

The racist repeats: ‘Go back to your own county’ before marching away and shouting ‘n*****’.  


The man raises his voice again as he yells: ‘You’re not from here. Go back to your own country’.

The video was posted on August 12, days after the BBC finally apologised nearly two weeks after a white presenter said ‘n****r’ in a news report. 

More than 18,000 people complained to the BBC after social affairs correspondent Fiona Lamdin said the highly-offensive term while covering a racist hit-and-run attack on a black NHS worker on July 29.

The broadcaster’s director-general Lord Tony Hall admitted they ‘made a mistake’ and ‘should have taken a different approach’.

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