Two elderly people were filmed on a cellphone video (below) protecting a young woman from a group of "migrants" on a train in Munich, Germany, on Jan. 30.
According to RT.com, the migrants appeared to have a "Middle Eastern appearance."
One of the migrants was reportedly rejected by the woman after he placed his hand on her.
Tom Roth, one of the passengers, filmed the incident and posted it on Facebook.
Roth described the scene in German, which was translated by The Telegraph: "As the train continued, the asylum seeker struck the glass window full force. I guess he was angry the woman rejected him. Several men shouted at him to stop.”
One of the migrants reportedly patted an elderly man in a mocking manner, which led to more conflict.
“The gentleman stood up right away,” Roth recalled. “The asylum seeker then turned, approached the man and grabbed him by the neck. Everyone immediately became involved, with many trying to get in between the pair.”
“The man's attacker fell back in his four-seater," Roth added. "There were four asylum seekers now involved, staring at us and two other older gentlemen angrily."
Roth said that he called the police after getting off the train, but was told there was nothing that law enforcement could do. However, a Munich Police Department spokesman told The Telegraph that "investigations are ongoing."
“I'm really sorry for the people who need help, but something must happen against the violent and disrespectful people among them," Roth wrote. "Many asylum seekers have no respect for women, no respect for men - not even the old - let alone our laws and the police."
Police are looking for witnesses, and want to confirm whether or not the men were migrants.