He rushed past her like a football tackle, bumping her. "Hey, quit shoving!" she said, closing the door behind them. Source: a James Thurber short tale
I would like to know what it means generally and in this context.
In the text the women says this to the man who has passed her swiftly. It happened quickly and something like the following picture has not happened.I have checked dictionaries before posting this question. What makes a question is that we usually tell someone "quit doing something" when they are doing it not just once in a moment.
Found this nice pic on it: