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Crime Massachusetts man who spat at maskless hikers and said he had COVID arrested

02:25  25 november  2020
02:25  25 november  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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Police are searching for a Massachusetts man who confronted two hikers who weren’t wearing face masks, told COVID -19 rules appear ignored at birthday party featuring Brooklyn political players. Massachusetts man spat on hikers who weren’t wearing masks, said he had coronavirus: cops.

Massachusetts police are looking for a man they say spat at two women hikers who weren’t wearing face masks — and who then told them he had COVID -19. The man angrily approached the women as they hiked along the Hudson Overlook on the Midstate Trail in Ashburnham on Nov. 15, police said .

Talk about going viral.

The Massachusetts man who spat at two hikers and claimed to have coronavirus has been arrested, Boston ABC affiliate WCVB reported.

Hale Powell, 71, is suspected of spitting at the two women during an argument Nov. 15 about masks on a hiking trail in Ashburnham, about 50 miles northwest of Boston.

a person posing for the camera: Hale Powell was arrested after authorities received several tips. © Provided by New York Daily News Hale Powell was arrested after authorities received several tips.

Hale Powell was arrested after authorities received several tips.

Police said the confrontation was caught on video. Powell yelled at the two women, calling them selfish and and “completely irresponsible” before showing them exactly what irresponsible looked like and spitting on them, according to the cops.

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“Okay I have COVID ,” he said as he spat twice in their direction in fast succession. As he walked away to rejoin his hiking partner who had been urging him to stop, the man said , “the arrogance.” The women reported the incident to the Ashburnham police who said Monday they are continuing to

A Massachusetts man spit at hikers for not wearing face masks, the ugly incident A vexed man approached the hikers , who were not wearing face masks. One of the women recorded the hostile "'I have COVID ,' this man in Ashburnham says as he spits in the direction of two women taking a hike

The two women were arguing that they didn’t have to wear masks outside, police said. Gov. Charlie Baker issued an order Nov. 6 requiring face masks in public places, whether inside or outside.

Sadly for Powell, it is also illegal to spit on people and claim to have a deadly virus.

Powell is charged with assault and battery and issuing a false threat of a biological agent, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette reported. He pleaded not guilty Tuesday to both charges.

Whether Powell actually had the virus or not remains unclear, according to the Telegram & Gazette. He told police that he didn’t have the virus, but has not been tested since the incident. A judge ordered him to both quarantine and take a test.

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