Washington, D.C. transit authorities are searching for a bus driver who allegedly grabbed a passenger and threw him out the front door of a Metrobus.
Video of the incident surfaced over the Labor Day weekend, however it is unclear where the footage was taken and who the bus driver is.
The recording shows the bus driver insist that the passenger step off the vehicle. After a brief verbal altercation, the bus driver shoves the passenger, grabs his hand off a pole, and forcibly removes him from the vehicle.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority spokesperson Dan Stessel told NBC Washington that the bus driver's behavior was "completely inappropriate," and that the correct action under the circumstances is to contact Metro Transit Police.
WMATA officials are also searching for the individual who filmed the incident, in hopes that person will provide additional information helpful in identifying the bus driver.
D.C. Metrobus drivers were assaulted 90 times last year, according to the Washington City Paper.