Video: NYPD and Teen Girls in Subway Scuffle

| by Michael Allen

In New York City, four teen girls skipped out on a $2.25 fare and hopped onto a train, but two police officers saw what they did and pulled them out of the train.. then all hell broke loose.

In a video of the scuffle (below), angry teens yell at the officers as they try to break away from their grips.

"Get off of her," one teen screams as she tried to pull the officer off of her friend. "What are you doing?"

As the girls struggle to get away, an officer called for backup and told the teens, "Stop resisting!"

Soon, uniformed and plainclothes officers arrived and the girls were finally handcuffed and arrested.

"They did it all and now they're going to blame the cops," one witness yelled out from behind the camera, referring to the teens.

Police said the four teenage girls (two 15-year-olds, a 14-year-old and a 16-year-old) were all charged with assault, obstruction of governmental administration, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.