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Woman slams driver by hanging ‘Tony Q69’ fliers along his Queens bus route
Posted by Gold_12TH on Sun May 6 22:06:51 2012
He swiped her MetroCard — and now she’s giving him unlimited pain.
A scorned straphanger who claims a married Queens bus driver hit on her has spent months letting the whole neighborhood know just how she feels about him, plastering his Q69 Astoria route with fliers addressed to the “womanizer bastard.”
The mystery lady doesn’t identify herself in the typewritten, boldfaced missives, but has plenty of ammo for “Mr. One Night Stand,” whom she also calls “Tony Q69.”
“No one wants you Tony!!!!!” she writes. “You are so full of yourself.”
“Desperate TONY Q-69 Uses His Job to Flirt With Women All Day!!!” she claims in a different posting.
In another, she simply writes: “Tony Q-69, go back to Brooklyn.”
The Q69 Casanova allegedly tried to bed the woman, who says she’s single.
“I won’t forget your famous line, ‘Married men are lonely, too,’ ” she recalls bitterly.
A frequent Q69 rider called the fliers the talk of the neighborhood.
“Nobody knows who it is,” the woman said. “It’s been going on for two years.”
And the fatal attraction seems to have become a transit triangle, with a second woman now trading vulgar barbs with the first.
“Everyone thinks you’re a bitter bitch,” the second woman seethes in a fresh lamppost message. “You’re not going to get him fired.”
But the jilted rider fires right back: “This is to Tony’s Black Bitch . . . the both of you are trash! You have been f-----g Tony! You slutty pig!”
As quickly as the angry posters are torn down, new ones go up, without the mystery women ever being seen, MTA employees said.
“I ripped them all down; the next day, they were back. I thought it was a joke,” one driver told The Post.
One new post urges female riders to report Tony’s advances.
Despite the hate-Tony campaign, his colleagues at the La Guardia Depot — who carefully guard his identify — say he continues to work the route, which follows Ditmars Boulevard and 21st Street.
When one driver asked why he hadn’t transferred, Tony denied having had an affair with the bitter rider.
“He said, ‘I’ve done nothing wrong,’ ” the driver told The Post.
Tony admitted to exchanging numbers with the woman, another driver said, but that’s it.
The allegedly amorous bus operator — MTA officials say they know his name but have declined to reveal it — has reported the smear campaign to the 114th Precinct.
Likewise, his jilted rider has reported his alleged behavior to the MTA.
When asked whether her complaint has any validity, MTA spokesman Charles Seaton said, “As far as we know, there is none.”
Meanwhile, a co-worker had some sage advice for Tony.
“She seems like a woman scorned,” the co-worker said, “but if Tony is still working that line, he’s crazier than she is.”