Man Allegedly Coughs on Couple Dining at a New England Restaurant
As the great mask debate rages on, it looks like we might have another COVIDIOT.
According to reporting from Boston.com, Edward McGuire allegedly coughed on two diners at a Plymouth restaurant last Monday night and said he wanted them to get COVID-19.
Apparently, the man was upset that he was asked to put a mask on, the news article stated.
OK, I get that some people don’t want to wear a mask. But if you choose NOT to follow the rules, you can’t expect service.
I have to wear pants if I want to go out because the authorities frown on it when I don’t. The mask rule just seems to be like the sign you still see on stores that say, “no shoes, no shirt, no service.”
If you don’t want to wear a mask, stay home.
Boston.com reports that McGuire was asked to wear a mask as he “continued to walk in and out of the British Beer Company.” He then allegedly began yelling, coughed on two patrons, and then proceeded to drive around in circles and scar patrons, the article stated.
McGuire is being hit with some serious charges for his alleged behavior, according to Boston.com, two counts of assault, threatening to commit a crime and threatening to bomb or hijack.
Pro-tip, if you don’t want to wear a mask, don’t make a scene and don’t cough on people.
My wife always says, “if you can’t be a good example, at least you can serve as a horrible warning.”