For your viewing pleasure, here is a group of rowdy teenagers resisting arrest in the 2/3 subway station at 125th Street. According to the witness who posted the video on YouTube, Frank Harts, the "girls jumps NYC Subway gate to avoid fare. When cops try to arrest them.... this is what happens." What "happens" is utter pandemonium, as Animal New York aptly describes it. Simply put, these young ladies are NOT HAVING IT. Don't miss the 1:40 mark, where one teenager swings her bag and smacks a cop right in the face.

We contacted the MTA and the NYPD to get more information about the incident, and we'll update if we find out more. But for now we're left to wonder: is the NYPD going soft? Where's the pepper spray, the Tasers, the Bon Jovi?!

In an email, Harts tells us the arrest "happened around 9:40 p.m. on Friday October 7th in Harlem below the 125th Street and Lenox 2/3 station. These girls allegedly jumped the subway turnstile to avoid a fare. When the cops entered the train and tried to talk them out, it didn't work. They began to force them out and this is what happened next.

"Not sure if you can fully see but there was a gigantic mob of people who had the cops/girls surrounded. Some seemed to be protesting the cops and others where in favor of the police action. From my vantage point it seemed like the girls were completely in the wrong but I can't be sure. It seemed like forever for back up to arrive but as you can see it wasn't really that long. This happened FAST."