Coronavirus UK: Man knocked out at London train station after face mask dispute – VIDEO | UK | News (Reports)


The victim was involved in an argument with South Western Railway staff Clapham Junction station in London regarding a member of staff not wearing a face mask. In the footage a man also not wearing a face mask strikes the victim in the head following a verbal altercation. 

In the video the victim – who cannot be named – can be heard saying: “You’re not wearing one either.”

The man then leaves his pram and shouts: “Don’t f***ing start on me” before hitting the victim in the face.

The footage then shows the victim unconscious and bleeding on the ground.

One staff member then says: “I told you both to go didn’t I?”

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The victim said: “My friend asked one of the station staff a totally reasonable and polite question ‘are you exempt from wearing a mask?

“She’d snapped back saying ‘none of your business’.

“Admittedly I lost my temper a bit.

“It escalated into a row with other station staff… then you can see the rest… thug leaves the scene, staff do nothing.

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Whilst face masks became mandatory in shops on July 24 across England.

At the time of writing, Britain has the twelth-highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world. 

The UK has a total of more than 321,000 cases in total at the time of writing.

The death toll in Britain is currently over 41,000 people.

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