The horrifying clip of abuse hurled at children has been passed to police, after it was filmed outside an east London school on Friday.
In it, the person recording appears to be speeding past the Central Foundation Girls School in Bow on a bus.
He gets off at a bus stop and focuses on the dozens of schoolgirls before hurling expletives and offensive comments at them.
Muttering to the camera, he begins the racist rant: “As you can see, this lot are coming out of f***ing school.
“All these ***ing black c**** here.
“So they’re all going to have at least four to five f***ing kids each.
“F***ing look at them. Far as you can see mate.
“These kids are going to breed like f***ing rats. I tell ya.”
As he walks past a gaggle of schoolgirls walking home, he can be heard complaining: “They’re all going to breed like f***ing rats.
He adds: “We’re f***ed. So this was England. Everywhere you look, f***ing saris on, look.”
A Met Police spokesman said: “On Friday January 25, police received reports of racist and abusive video footage posted online.
We will always challenge negativity like this and stand up for all our community.
“The footage is believed to have been captured in Tower Hamlets and shows schoolgirls, some of whom are wearing hijab head coverings.
“A male voice can be heard on the clip providing abusive and offensive commentary.
“The children appeared unaware of the filming and no allegations have been made to police.
In the shocking footage the man says the girls should have their ovaries burned in an experiment similar to those carried out by Dr Josef Mengele, known as the 'Angel of Death’.
Tower Hamlets Mayor John Biggs and Cllr Asma Begum jointly condemned the footage.
In a statement, the pair said: "We are aware of the video that has been circulated showing a man making extremely offensive comments outside Central Foundation Girls School.
"We condemn the use of this inflammatory rhetoric. Tower Hamlets is home to people from all over the world and we are proud of our history which has been enriched by migration.
"We will always challenge negativity like this and stand up for all our community.
"The police has been made aware of this.
"We have also been in touch with the school and will be offering them support and continuing to monitor this situation.
"We are one community in Tower Hamlets and stand shoulder to shoulder against those who that try and divide us.”
Anyone who witnessed the filming or has information about it should call Tower Hamlets CID on 101 or contact the Safeguarding Team direct on 0207 275 4766.
To remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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