"I've been going through a bit of a rough patch, and this has made me feel worse on top of that," he said.
A member of the public intervened on behalf of the traffic warden and was insulted using a homophobic slur.
Sergeant James Smith, of British Transport Police (BTP), branded Clifton's outburst "disgusting and unprovoked".
"I could never be a bystander watching someone beaten up for no reason - and I'd do it the same again despite my injuries."
"I had to ask them to clean it, we covered it, hours later still no sign so we washed it."
'Was there an element of it being in the police’s interests for her death to be self-inflicted, rather than the result of the abuse the police had failed to address when she was alive?"
One local said: "So disappointing to hear this. Sickening."
One patient said: “F*** yourself, it’s your fault if I die because of this vaccine… I’ll take your name and I’m to get my family to sue you whenever I die after this vaccine.”
“It’s such a beautiful area and some people simply don’t understand what’s okay and what’s not."