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Australia 'I was born here, you weren't': Foul-mouthed woman unleashes a disgusting racist tirade at an Asian couple and calls their terrified children 'rats' outside a Woolworths

18:23  19 november  2019
18:23  19 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The mother-of-two filmed the tirade, witnessed by her three-year-old son, four-month-old baby and husband at Westfield Carousel Shopping Centre in Perth on Friday.

'I'm born here! You're not,' the woman shouted. 'And all you do is breed these things [children] ... rats.' 

The mother said the woman yelled racist comments two security guards - who were African and Middle Eastern one - before targeting her family. 

She uploaded footage on Facebook, which has since gained nearly 27,000 views. 

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'We were doing grocery [shopping] at Woolies carousel and had a very unpleasant episode,' she wrote.

'I'm so sad our little kids had to experience this, especially the three-year-old who was shocked. 

'Our big boy was totally shocked and terrified.'  

The mother said the woman told the security guards to 'get out of this country' because they 'don't belong here'. 

'She then starts yelling at us: ''You bloody Asians shouldn't be here either, you get out of this country'',' she wrote. 

The family thanked staff at Woolworths who walked them to their car and said they would be willing to be witnesses if they decided to report the incident to police. 

'We work hard and we pay tax, we serve in community service and we are kind to anyone we meet (regardless of their race),' she wrote. 

'Australia is a beautiful country and we love the people here. 

'Shouldn't we love one another and live in harmony? Shouldn't we pay great respect to the Aboriginal people who are the true owners of this land?'   

The video was flooded with comments from outraged users who sympathised with the family. 

'Disgusting behaviour, so sorry this happened to your family,' one wrote. 

'Nasty piece of work. Sorry that has happened. She is unbelievably rude, hope she gets named and shamed,' another wrote. 

One added: 'So sad there are such horrible people around. So sorry your children had to be subjected to this unacceptable behaviour.' 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Western Australian Police for comment.  


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