MIAMI, Fla. - An 82-year-old woman was forcibly removed from a train for singing during a ride.
Emma Anderson was sitting in a seat on the train and singing a spiritual hymn when a private security guard approached.
A passenger recorded the exchange on his cell phone.
On the video, you can see the security guard grab Anderson's bag and telling her to get off the train.
She ends up getting knocked to the ground.
The transportation company said that they regret that the woman fell, but she refused to comply when asked to stop singing, and had to be escorted off.
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