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For the second time in a month police say a Kansas City bus driver has been assaulted by a passenger.

The latest incident happened on October 26 when a rider, apparently upset about not being given an unused bus transfer ticket, punched the driver in the face.

The assault was recorded by the surveillance camera on-board the bus.

According to kansascity.com, the suspect boarded another bus before walking into an apartment building.

Earlier in October a 54-year-old Kansas City bus driver was knocked unconscious after a teen sucker-punched him in the face.

That suspect was arrested.

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