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CanadaWoman arrested following racist rant caught on video

04:51  13 august  2019
04:51  13 august  2019 Source:   thestar.com

Toronto police lay charges against woman after racist tirade caught on video

Toronto police lay charges against woman after racist tirade caught on video The 24-second video was posted on Instagram and Reddit by Farhan Rana Monday afternoon. In it, a woman can be seen holding a white sign with the words “VOTE ANDREW SCHEER” painted in black. “This is the place of men. This is the place of men. This is a beautiful country and you can’t f--- it up you savages,” she can be heard saying. “I can’t believe you’re real,” Rana can be heard saying. “You guys can f--- it up like savages,” she said before walking toward the camera.

Police say a woman has been arrested and is being held in custody after a racist tirade was caught on video outside Toronto City Hall on Monday. The video , posted to Reddit on Monday, depicts a woman going on a racist rant while holding a “Vote Andrew Scheer” sign at Nathan Phillips Square.

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Police say a woman has been arrested and is being held in custody after a racist tirade was caught on video outside Toronto City Hall on Monday.

The video, posted to Reddit on Monday, depicts a woman going on a racist rant while holding a “Vote Andrew Scheer” sign at Nathan Phillips Square.

Woman arrested following racist rant caught on video © Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited A woman was arrested after a racist rant was caught on video at Nathan Phillips Sqaure on Monday, police say.

At one point, she can be seen spitting on the individual recording the video, yelling “this is a beautiful country and you can’t f--- it up, you savages,” and “you don’t belong here.”

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Police said they received calls from passersby around noon on Monday and arrested the woman shortly after.

Talya Davidson, 28, has been charged with one count of assault and three counts of assaulting police officers, police say.

She is expected to appear in court at 10 a.m. on Tuesday.

Jacob Lorinc is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @jacoblorinc

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