Cops released video of the straphanger who allegedly socked an MTA conductor in the face on a Brooklyn train last week.
The suspect attacked the worker around 3:50 a.m. Sept. 1 at the Grant Avenue station in East New York, cops said.
The conductor was clearing the train and platform at the station — which was the last stop — when the irate man approached asking why the train would not go to Euclid Avenue, according to cops and police sources.
He replied that Grant Avenue would be the train’s final stop, and the rider punched him twice in the face and fled, the sources said.
“That’s what you get for skipping my stop,” the suspect snarled, according to sources.
The assailant took off and remained on the loose Thursday afternoon.
He is shown in the footage walking in the station, wearing a white polo with the American flag and the lettering R.L.67.
Two other MTA workers were assaulted at different stations that same day, according to authorities and sources.
Earlier this week, an attacker pepper-sprayed a subway conductor on a northbound 6 train at the Bleecker Street station in Noho, authorities said.