Cops push straphanger out of NYC subway station after he asks them to mask up

Two NYPD cops pushed a straphanger out of a Manhattan subway station Tuesday morning after the man asked the officers to mask up, according to video and eyewitnesses.

The clip recorded by eyewitness Victoria Hall shows a male officer carrying Andy Gilbert down the platform and out of Eighth Street station with an assist from his female partner, who pushes the emergency gate open.

“I kept asking why aren’t you wearing a mask. Eventually, he said I was being disruptive,” said Gilbert, 27, of Queens. “He said, ‘If you’re not going to ride the train, you can get out.’ “

Gilbert said he had been speaking with

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