Canada B.C. man in video of Starbucks confrontation fined twice for refusing to wear mask

12:06  03 december  2020
12:06  03 december  2020 Source:   globalnews.ca

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West Shore RCMP say they have issued two tickets to a man not wearing a mask who was belligerent with staff at two Victoria businesses on Monday.

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Police said staff at a Peninsula Co-op gas station on Millstream Road in Langford contacted them around 3:30 p.m. after a man refused to wear a face covering while inside the store and then refused to leave.

The man did not cooperate with officers, who arrested him for causing a disturbance, RCMP said. The 40-year-old West Shore resident was charged under the COVID-19 Related Measures Act for failing to wear a face covering, which carries a $230 fine.

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On Tuesday, RCMP became aware of a video posted to social media that showed the same man verbally abusing staff at a Starbucks in View Royal on Monday. RCMP reached out to the coffee shop, which did not report the incident to police.

The video shows a staff member asking a man without a mask to stand at a designated spot to maintain physical distance, and the man replying, "I don't stand where people tell me."

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RCMP said they found the man and issued him another $230 ticket for failing to wear a face covering.

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"No employee or member of the public should be subject to verbal abuse or be put at risk by anyone refusing to wear a face covering," RCMP said in a statement.

"This type of belligerent and grossly ignorant behaviour is unacceptable."

B.C. announced last month that masks are mandatory in all indoor public spaces to stem a surge in COVID-19 cases, and Solicitor General Mike Farnworth unveiled penalties for anyone ignoring the order.

Violators are subject to a $230 fine, although anyone unable to put on or remove a mask without assistance is exempt from the rules.

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The incidents on Vancouver Island are the latest example of workers involved in confrontations with customers over the use of face coverings.

RCMP said they arrested a man in Dawson Creek, B.C. last week following the assault of a Walmart employee who asked a customer to wear a mask.

The Kootenay Co-op grocery store in Nelson has hired a security guard following an uptick in people refusing to wear a mask and becoming combative when told to do so.

And a hotel worker, also in Nelson, suffered a heart attack shortly after a confrontation with a patron who spat on her after refused to wear a mask.

— With files from Richard Zussman and The Canadian Press

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