Metropolitan Transit Authority cops are hunting for the vicious thug caught on tape beating and kidnapping a woman in broad daylight outside the Ronkonkoma station on Sunday morning.
In the first few seconds of the video, the brute, a black man dressed in gray sweatpants, a black leather jacket and black sneakers, floors the woman with a sucker punch to the stomach moments after she steps off the train around 7:40 a.m. before walking away.
She gets up and flees into a shop, but the bully chases her down.
The woman, wearing a red coat, white leggings and high heels, approaches a customer service window, the tape shows, to plead for help, but the goon gets in her face and the two start to argue.
He grabs her by the arm and ushers her out of the door, grabbing a handful of her hair as they get to the sidewalk and pushing her toward the parking lot.
She resists and the tape shows the brute dragging her across the concrete by her hair as she struggles to free herself.
He leaves her there momentarily, but then returns and the two begin to argue again.
Off camera, witnesses say he threw the screaming woman over his shoulder, carried her to a silver four-door Nissan Altima, tossed her into the back seat and drove away toward the Long Island Expressway.