A pair of unruly teens who were tossed off a Bronx bus retaliated by throwing rocks, bricks and a chair at the vehicle’s windows, according to police and footage released Friday of the meteoric meltdown.
The two teen girls were on the BX11 MTA bus around 6:15 p.m. June 25 near East 170th Street when they were kicked off for squabbling with other passengers, police said.
When the driver booted the girls, they walked to the front of the bus and tried to rip the windshield wipers off, video of the incident shows.
When that didn’t work, one of the girls — sporting a wide grin — grabbed a chair and threw it at the bus while her friend picked up some rocks and bricks from the ground to hurl at the bus, the video shows.
A side window was broken and “other unspecified damages” were sustained during the tantrum, cops said.
The teen girls, with several others, ran westbound on East 170 Street toward Grand Concourse and are still wanted for the inciden
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