A woman from Rockland County, New York, was caught on camera hurling racial slurs at her co-passengers on a local bus. The video, which went viral was posted by rider Zoe Mac on Facebook.

The unidentified woman spewed the N-word at Transport of Rockland passengers on Saturday

“I hope you all got your m----------- papers,” she said in the video. “I’m sick of you m------------! You got papers to be in this country?”

The woman was seen standing toward the back of the bus and holding on to a pole while she yelled at the other passengers. According to Mac, the belligerent passenger unleashed her tirade on him and others.

“Ignorance at its finest… racism never died and this is what people like me and who can relate go through…,” he captioned the video. In another clip, the woman was seen yelling, “F--- you and your n----- f------ people!” A third clip that was shared on social media showed her telling someone to “go back to your f----- country.”

When one person interrupted her and asked her to stop her racist rant, she says: “First of all, in this country, we have what’s called the First Amendment right,” before becoming enraged when she notices Mac filming her.

“Stop! Stop! Do not hit anybody!” the other passengers yelled at the woman, who tried to make Mac stop recording her. Someone pleaded with an unidentified person to “grab your mother, that is your mother, please grab her.” A man was seen in the clip dragging the woman to the back seat.

“More footage of me being discriminated on, she even did it to the bus driver,” Mac wrote in the caption.

Vladimir Philidore, another passenger on the bus, reportedly said the woman began her verbal attack for no apparent reason.

“She’s just going at the mouth, with the racial slurs. The N-words,” Philidore told Westchester’s News12. “Some people were scared, especially the elderly people,” he told another media outlet.

The woman was later arrested after the bus driver alerted the Orangetown Police Department.

“Yesterday some unhinged racist went on a mini-rampage of sorts on a Transport of Rockland bus as it was passing through Orangetown, creating a disturbance by physically and verbally attacking passengers and the bus driver,” wrote Orangetown Town Supervisor Chris Day in a Facebook post.

“Her behavior is forever enshrined on the internet among the great idiots of our time,” he added. “I hope she learns a lesson in appropriate behavior and tolerance from the experience as she is recognized on the street as ‘crazy racist lady from the bus’ for the next several years of her life.”

This is a representational image showing people board a bus in New York. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz