The suspected subway psycho was charged with murder Wednesday after he matter-of-factly confessed to shoving a straphanger beneath an oncoming train.
Sources said Davis confessed to shoving Han from the platform to the tracks — and admitted hanging around to watch the man die.
“He wouldn’t leave me alone, so I pushed him,” Davis told investigators, according to the sources. “I saw him get hit by the train.”
Davis admitted that he was in the midtown subway station when he and Han bumped into each other on the platform, the sources said Wednesday.
“Motherf—–, get out of my face,” Davis admitted telling the 58-year-old victim just prior to the fatal push.
The sources said Davis told cops that he remained in the station after shoving Han onto the tracks, and stood there as the train rumbled into the station and struck the helpless man.
Cops planned to put Davis into lineups Wednesday to see if witnesses could place him at the scene of the death.
The suspect was arrested Tuesday just upstairs from the station after a Gray Line sightseeing tour worker pointed him out to cops.
Han, who once owned a midtown dry cleaning business but was recently unemployed, was drinking prior to his run-in with Davis, the dead man’s wife told the Korean Courier newspaper.