A brawl on an Adelaide train line has left passengers frightened and the transport minister vowing to ban the men from public transport.

The fight broke out between two men on the Seaford line about 6.45pm after an initial verbal altercation.

“I’m a f—ing beast and you aren’t, so f— off,” one of the men said in video obtained by 9News Adelaide.

A brawl on an Adelaide train line has left passengers frightened as punches were thrown. The fight broke out between two men in full view of passengers on the Seaford line at about 6.45pm after an initial verbal altercation.
The brawl left passengers frightened as punches were thrown. (9News)

“F— off man, you ain’t s—, if you ain’t trained then f— off.”

Another man became involved and held the passenger in a headlock as a man dressed in orange threw punches.

A woman who witnessed the fight pressed the train’s emergency button for help.

A brawl on an Adelaide train line has left passengers frightened as punches were thrown. The fight broke out between two men in full view of passengers on the Seaford line at about 6.45pm after an initial verbal altercation. The state's transport minister Tom Koutsantonis vowed to ban the men for life from public transport if they are caught.
The state’s transport minister Tom Koutsantonis vowed to ban the men for life from public transport if they are caught. (9News)

The men later got off the train at Oaklands Railway Station.

Transport Minister Tom Koutsantonis vowed to ban the men for life from public transport if they are caught.

“They’re idiots,” Koutsantonis said.

“We cannot tolerate assaults on public transport, we have zero tolerance for it.

“I’ll ban them for life, absolutely.”

A brawl on an Adelaide train line has left passengers frightened as punches were thrown. The fight broke out between two men in full view of passengers on the Seaford line at about 6.45pm after an initial verbal altercation.
Members of the public have called for more security on trains as roaming patrols don’t start until 7pm. (9News)

Members of the public have called for more security on trains as roaming patrols don’t start until 7pm.

“I think to the peak time would be better,” one commuter said.

“It’d be good to have them during peak hours like 5pm,” another commuter said.

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An investigation is under way to identify the men and CCTV of the incident will be reviewed.

“We’ve got their pictures, we possibly even have their credit card details and we are forwarding this all on to police,” Koutsantonis said.

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