Woman kung fu kicks, karate chops pharmacy store staffer after being asked to wear a mask in shocking video

The woman was reportedly told prior to filming that she needed to wear a face-covering in the store


                            Woman kung fu kicks, karate chops pharmacy store staffer after being asked to wear a mask in shocking video
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A woman who was told to put on a face mask at a pharmacy was caught on camera performing a kung fu kick at a store employee. The shocking footage was captured by a fellow customer, who has chosen to remain anonymous, at a store in Ontario, Canada, the Daily Mail reported. The Black woman was reportedly told prior to filming that she needed to wear a face-covering in the store. However, she did not take the request kindly. Launching a barrage of abuses at the worker, the woman is seen in the footage chasing her to the corner of the store before performing a kung fu-style kick on her.

The enraged customer then hurled several racist insults before mimicking stereotypical sounds while assaulting the store employee. "I know you know martial arts. So do I!" she is heard telling the worker, who appears to be of Asian descent. "What does that even matter?" the worker responds. "You need to leave now!" "I am!" the woman replies, adding, "I just used you to demonstrate to the f***ing officers, I know martial arts!" and stomps out of the store.

The employee continues to try to escort the woman out of the store, only to make her even more agitated. At one point, she threatens the staff member with some paper tissue which she claims is covered with her blood.



 

That said, this is one of several physical confrontations reported in recent months over wearing face masks inside shops and businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier, MEAWW reported how a pair of sisters allegedly stabbed a security guard at a store 27 times with a comb fitted with a blade after they were told to wear masks. They have been charged with attempted murder.

Jayla, 18, and Jessica Hill, 21, allegedly attacked a 32-year-old guard in Chicago on Sunday, October 25, the police said. The sisters entered a Chicago West Side shoe store on October 25, around 6 pm. After a store security guard greeted them, he asked them to put on face masks and use hand sanitizer placed at the front of the store. After the suspects refused to do so, a verbal argument ensued and the sisters were told to leave the store. 

The Chicago Sun-Times reported that according to the prosecutors, Jayla took out her phone and began filming the officer, adding that she was calling someone to "kick" the guard's "a**". In order to make her stop filming him, the guard then tried to reach out and grab her phone. Next, Jessica allegedly picked up a trash can and "smashed" it on the guard's face. After that, the sisters began punching him. Next, one of the sisters held the man down, while the other stabbed him dozens of times with a comb with a hidden blade inside which she pulled out from her back pocket.

A few weeks ago, two pro-mask fanatics were caught on camera in Manhattan Beach, California confronting a pair of maskless civilians and telling them that they needed to wear masks as they sat on a bench, before things turned awry. The two men without masks were seen chatting with each other on a bench when a woman and her male companion approached and began scolding them unprovoked. The woman later splashed a drink on one of them when they refused to comply — sparking a violent altercation.

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