Customer captured relieving himself on Dairy Queen counter

Public enemy No. 1! Male customer URINATES on Dairy Queen counter in British Columbia after refusing to comply with the store’s mask mandate

  • A male customer was filmed urinating on a counter at a Dairy Queen in Port Alberni, ブリティッシュコロンビア
  • Customer Graham Hughes recorded the video after the man argued with the store’s staff twice about the mask mandate policy
  • In anger, the male customer pulled down his pants in front of the workers who screamed and kicked him out of the store
  • No arrests have been made and the footage is being reviewed for further investigation
  • The British Columbia province issued a mask mandate policy for indoor public spaces on August 25
  • Shocking footage captured the moment a man relieved himself on the counter of a Dairy Queen in British Columbia after he refused to wear a mask in the store.

    The offender argued with staff, twice claiming he was exempt from the mask mandate rules at the store in Port Alberni, 約 100 miles west of Vancouver.

    He then pulled down his pants and urinated in front of the staff as they shrieked in horror, the video shows.








    A man at a Dairy Queen in Port Alberni, British Columbia was filmed urinating on the counter after he refused to wear a mask in the store

    A man at a Dairy Queen in Port Alberni, British Columbia was filmed urinating on the counter after he refused to wear a mask in the store

    The footage began with the man coming back a second time into the fast-food store after he previously fought with the workers about having to wear his mask.

    ‘You don’t have a brain!’ the man shouted at the female staff.

    ‘We can’t sell to you without a mask,’ one of them responded.

    The pair continued to feud with the man as he asked why a mask was needed since it was not the province’s policy.

    British Columbia reinstated the mask mandate for indoor public spaces on August 25.

    ‘It’s not a BC policy. BC policy says you have to observe exemptions,’ the man said.

    ‘We have customers standing behind you. We want to the serve them,’ they responded.

    Customer Graham Hughes captured the event on August 28 as the irate anti-masker argued with staff

    Customer Graham Hughes captured the event on August 28 as the irate anti-masker argued with staff

    The mask ‘exemptionsin indoor public spaces only apply to children under 12, those who cannot remove a mask on their own, those who need to communicate to someone with a hearing impairment, and those who have physical, cognitive or mental impairments.

    In a fit of anger, the man then pulled down his pants and urinated on the counter as the workers screamed obscenities.

    ‘You can leave my store right away!’ one of the female workers said.

    The man then called them ‘f***ing psychopathsbefore leaving the store once again.

    In a fit of anger, the man pulled down his pants and urinated in front of the workers as he called them 'f***ing psychopaths'

    In a fit of anger, the man pulled down his pants and urinated in front of the workers as he called them ‘f***ing psychopaths

    The workers screamed in horror and then kicked him out of the store

    The workers screamed in horror and then kicked him out of the store

    No arrests have been made but police are requesting copies of the video.

    ‘This is the first incident of this nature,’ Sgt. Chris Manseau of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police told CTV.

    ‘I haven’t heard of anything else, especially not like this. I think people should wear their mask and be polite.

    Customer Graham Hughes recorded the event on his phone on Saturday and shared it to Facebook.

    Hughes commented on the events of the video, saying that ‘it highlights how people can’t forget about human decency due to a difference in opinion.

    ‘We keep talking about when we get back to normal, but we never had to give up being decent to each other,’ Hughes said in an interview with CTV.

    ‘The amount of disrespect that’s taking place, we never had to give up respect. We never had to give that up with the mask mandates or a vaccine mandate.

    A mask mandate was put into effect for indoor public spaces in British Columbia on August 25

    A mask mandate was put into effect for indoor public spaces in British Columbia on August 25

    Viewers of Hughesvideo were not shy in commenting their disgust on his Facebook page.

    ‘Wow Port Alberni’s finest right there. Rub his face in it and maybe he won’t do it again’, ある人は言った.

    ‘And they wonder why the anti maskers are view as infantile whining babiesthis one needs a diaper’, 別の追加.

    Others sympathized with the workers who had to deal with the unfortunate situation.

    ‘Those poor workers are NOT paid enough for this…..’, a user said.

    The mask mandate for public indoor spaces in B.C. are expected to last till October when the distribution of vaccine cards are more accessible.

    ブリティッシュコロンビア州, 75% of the population has been fully vaccinated and 68% has received at least one dose, according to B.C.’s government website.

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