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Cops claim that a Manhattan investment banker punched a female train worker twice in the face. He's charged with assault, harassment, menacing — and released without bail.

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A Manhattan investment banker punched a female train worker twice in the face last week, police told the New York Post — and while the allegedly intoxicated suspect was charged with assault, harassment, and menacing, the paper said he was released without bail.

What are the details?

Jean-Francois Coste (53), was in Brooklyn at Stillwell Avenue station around 12:15 on Friday when he allegedly punched Tanya McCray, MTA worker, according to police.

A spokesman for Local 100 of the Transport Workers Union noted to the paper that McCray had just left the “crew room” when she spotted Coste trying to get into a restricted area.

The Post reported that McCray was twice punched by Coste after she refused to let him in the employees-only area.

“It’s not a public area,” the rep added to the paper. “He was apparently drunk. She pushed the lock button so that it clicked, and he punched her in both the face and the forehead.



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