A group of girls trying to beat paying for the train at a Harlem station resisted arrest by the NYPD when they were caught trying to do so, according to a video uploaded to YouTube.

The four teens tried skipping out on the $2.25 fare before hopping onto a train at the 125th St. station near Lenox Ave. about 11 p.m., police said.

What the girls didn’t know is that two uniformed officers saw what they did and  pulled them out of the train – and the teens lashed out.

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The video, which was uploaded onto YouTube, shows the feisty teens yelling at the officers as they try to break away from their grips.

“Get off of her,” one teen screams as she tried to pull the officer off of her friend. “What are you doing?”

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