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US Video shows man's anti-mask tirade in Arizona store before he is hauled out

23:05  12 august  2020
23:05  12 august  2020 Source:   nbcnews.com

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Police are investigating an incident where a man was caught on video making a racist rant in an Ontario grocery store after refusing to wear a mask .

The man ' s expletive-filled tirade was caught on camera. Video footage has gone viral of a man , pictured, having an anti - mask meltdown in an Arizona food store . At one point, a young man identified as the disgruntled customer's son hoisted him up and carried him outside the store .

A man launched into a profanity-laced tirade against masks in an Arizona grocery store before he was carried out of the store by another customer.

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A 49-second video posted Monday on Facebook, which has been viewed more than 65,000 times, shows a man wearing a white hat and blue shirt yelling profanities in a Sprouts Farmers Market store in Tucson with three other younger men around him. None of them are wearing masks.

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In the video , the woman shouts about “not doing it” anymore and screams the store lets “everyone The woman then claims the store employees are bothering her because she is blonde and white The woman, who was arrested, told police to “call Donald Trump and ask him ” because she can’t share

In the video, the older man, whose identity has not been disclosed, can be heard yelling, "These people won't learn."

"You're a bunch of idiots wearing masks," he says. "You know it's not real."

This video contains obscene language that may offend viewers.

The man then walks closer to a Sprouts employee who is wearing a mask and uses a series of expletives.

"Look at you fools," he says. He compares a mask to a doily and calls someone a "r-----."

Someone off camera appears to curse at the group. Another man in the video who appears to be a customer steps between the man and the employee.

The man tells the customer, "Come outside and show me how tough you are" and threatens to beat the mask off his face. At least two of the younger men address the man by "Dad" and start to push him toward the door.

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The man who is yelling is then lifted by one of the men with him, carried out of the store and is seen knocking over a stack of boxes on his way out.

A Sprouts spokesperson said that the company was unable to elaborate on the incident that occurred Saturday due to a pending investigation.

"Following company guidelines, Sprouts management did not physically engage with the individuals, but instead notified local police of the disruption before the individuals exited the store," the spokesperson said in a statement.

Sprouts requires customers over the age of 2 to wear face coverings to protect against the spread of the coronavirus.

"Sprouts offers a number of accommodations for those who may be unable or unwilling to wear a mask or face shield, including personal shopping options for those who are medically exempt, as well as online ordering for curbside pickup and delivery," the statement said.

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