Disgusting moment woman SPITS at shop worker trying to enforce coronavirus social distancing at Spar – The Sun
The female employee was on duty by the door of the Spar store in Preston, Lancs, when she appeared to be attacked by an angry shopper.
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The store’s Twitter page said: “Trying to restrict numbers in our Plungington Road store, a group of individuals gathered drinking (not purchased from us) were denied access, the second lady spat in our supervisors face – what would have happened if a police officer was spat at? – we need support.”
Bosses uploaded footage of the incident to social media pages.
Lancashire Police said: “Hi – thanks for the tweet. It doesn't matter who is spat at – it's disgraceful. If you haven't done so already, please can you report the incident to us online here and we will look into it.”
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The force has now launched an investigation to find the perpetrator and offenders who have been arrested in recent weeks for spitting at workers and emergency services staff during lockdown have been jailed.
A post on Preston police’s Facebook page said: “We are appealing for information after a worker was spat at in a Preston shop.
“Police were called around 6.45pm on April 23 to reports of an assault at Spar on Plungington Road.
“A group of men and women were queuing to enter the store when two of the women became abusive with staff.
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