Anthony Reid went from asking a man on his Brooklyn bus to put on a mask to getting clobbered in the back of the head.

“Next thing I know, I woke up in an ambulance,” the 62-year-old MTA bus operator told THE CITY. “I said, ‘What am I doing here?’”

Reid said the 7:15 a.m. cheap shot on July 5 broke a bone near his left eye and busted his lip.

Jason Scott Jones/THE CITY An MTA bus’ signage reads “Masks are required,” on July 7, 2020. Anthony Reid went from asking a man on his Brooklyn bus to put on a mask to getting clobbered in the back of the head.

“Next thing I know, I woke up in an […]

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