Perpetrator still at large.
Paul Joseph Watson
October 19, 2020
A man in the UK was punched after he briefly removed his face mask to speak to his elderly mother on a train while his assailant yelled at him to put the mask back on.
The incident happened in Blackpool on September 4 but is only now receiving media attention as police have yet to make an arrest.
The victim, who is in his 60’s, removed the mask so he could speak more clearly on the phone to his mother, who is in her 90s and hard of hearing.
He was immediately approached from behind by a man in his 30’s about 5ft 6in tall who demanded he cover up his face.
When the victim refused, he was immediately punched in the face, leaving him with a badly bruised eye.
“This was a shocking attack on a man who was simply trying to speak to his mother, who is hard of hearing,” said PC Laura Alves, of Lancashire Police.
“We urgently need to speak to the man in the CCTV still and I would ask that anyone who recognises him to contact police.”
As we have previously highlighted, despite innumerable experts asserting that masks are largely pointless in stopping the spread of coronavirus, the wearing of them has become a kind of status symbol.
This has led to countless incidents of petty enforcers harassing and in some cases violently attacking those deemed to be flouting mask rules.
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This article was posted: Monday, October 19, 2020 at 10:14 am