Authorities arrested a woman for assaulting an Uber driver by ripping off his face mask, coughing on him and pepper-spraying him.

Las Vegas Police Department arrested the 24-year-old Malaysia King on Thursday, San Francisco Police Department said. She faces charges of battery, conspiracy, and health and safety law violations for beating an Uber driver.

Cops said a second suspect, Arna Kimiai, 24, is yet to be apprehended but has conveyed through her counsel that she plans to surrender.

Subhakar Khadka, an Uber driver, captured the video picking up three passengers at the intersection of San Bruno Avenue and Bacon Street in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood around 12:45 p.m. Sunday. 

According to the City Police Department, one of the passengers was not wearing a mask. Khadka only got two blocks before terminating the trip when the woman declined to put one on.

When she declined, the Uber driver said he would pull over to a gas station and buy her one. He claims that's when the insults and racial remarks started.

The woman coughs on the driver and curses his mask-wearing in a dashboard camera video that has gone viral on social media.

When pulling off her face mask, one of the other passengers announced that she had coronavirus.

The driver sits back in his seat and shakes his head, sporting a white surgical mask.

The video shows an unmasked woman leaning out and taking the driver's phone. Khadka reclaims the unit after a brief battle between the two. The woman then removes his mask and throws it out the window of the car.

"You don't touch my property!" Khadka said in the video as he unbuckled his seatbelt.

According to police, after the women left the truck, one of them pepper-sprayed Khadka through an open window before fleeing.

Lyft and Uber banned the passengers from using the ride-sharing application.

Khadka, a 32-year-old Nepali immigrant, told KPIX-TV that he believed he was singled out because of his ethnicity.

The video caused anger at the passenger's conduct as well as support for the driver.

Cyan Banister, an activist and developer who was an early investor in Uber, set up a GoFundMe account for Khadka. As of Thursday morning, the fund had collected more than $56,000 in donations, almost tripling its target in a single day.

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