A train security guard at Beaconsfield Station had racist abuse hurled at him as he captured the shocking three-minute tirade on camera.

Ashiq Rasul, 40, filmed the commuter telling him "I help people like you stay here and get jobs" in a row that broke out whilst he was on duty.

Mr Rasul claims the argument broke out after the unnamed woman misunderstood him saying “excuse me” for calling her “sir” which he denies.

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He began filming as she launched the outburst at him, accusing him of being a misogynist, a sexist and not liking white women.

The woman said: “You're argumentative and you're confrontational and you probably don't like women, you don't like white women.

“You don't like living in England and you probably hate British people.

“Now, leave me alone.”

She also called him a "pervert" and then said: "Do you know what I do for a living? I help people like you stay here and get a job."

The woman tells him to call the police to which Mr Rasul tells her to “just go away”.

He added: "If you're a racist, you're a racist. Please just leave me alone. Leave me alone. I'm walking away from you. Walk away from me."

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Mr Ashiq branded the woman a "Karen" before the woman starts describing what he looks like.

Both the woman and Mr Ashiq insisted the other person leave them alone with both attempting to walk away on several occasions in the three-minute spat.

Speaking to the Bucks Free Press, he said: “She did not mishear me.

“I did not say ‘sir’. I said ‘excuse me’. This was a hundred percent racist.”

He continued: “I was shocked and astonished that someone in this day and age can say something like that and think they are going to get away with it.

“I don’t understand how they think it is right for them to say those things.

“To say ‘you don’t like living in England’, you don’t know where I was born. I was born and raised in England”

The woman complained about him with her own footage but it was dropped when Ashiq showed bosses his video. 

Mr Ashiq, who has since been dismissed for an unrelated incident, was employed by Amulet Security and was based with Chiltern Railway staff.

He accused his bosses and colleagues of “shrugging off” the footage from January.

A spokeswoman for Amulet Security said: “We cannot discuss individual details, but please be assured that I have a full report from the team on what happened and all processes and procedures were followed correctly for this individual.

“We take our duty to protect and keep safe every member of the public and employee and our compliance with regulations in the environments we work in is paramount.”

A spokesperson for Chiltern Railways said: “Chiltern Railways takes any allegation of abuse or harassment of colleagues very seriously, and such behaviour is totally unacceptable.

“Mr Rasul was employed by our specialist security provider and they took the lead in investigating his complaint.

“Racist abuse is a crime, and anyone witnessing that sort of behaviour on the railway should report it to the British Transport Police by texting 61016."