COVID-19 is the deadly disease killing hundreds of thousands of Americans. As states continue to work toward curbing the spread of the virus, people are not following the government recommendations. It has been proven that wearing masks helps protect people from contracting the virus. And since tens of thousands of new cases are spreading like wildfire across the American South and Southwest, people expect other people to wear their masks and maintain at least six feet between each other to keep the virus contained.
However, a rude customer refused to respect other patrons at an Arkansas steakhouse restaurant. Despite a calm request, the customer started to deliberately cough on other customers in an attempt to put their lives at risk from COVID-19. Because of her behavior, a riot broke out among the customers, and Seth Crews caught the entire moment of mayhem on camera.
Crews’s brother tried to break up the fight, but the Arkansas diners were gunning to throw some punches. The restaurant was located in Little Rock and showed how little people respect each other as the virus continues to take lives and kill Americans faster than most other problems.
The video started when an angry customer accused the offender of being too close without wearing a mask. The accuser was sitting down wearing a mask and tells the offender, “You got to move. You got to be six feet away from me.”
Because some people listened to the scientists warning America about the coronavirus, they are respecting the CDC guidelines to wear a mask and remain six feet between people.
However, a prideful man wearing a “USA” shirt storms over and turns the incident into a fight. He raises his voice and starts yelling. Then he takes out his rage on a Black man wearing a mask. The man in the USA shirt attacks the Black man from behind. He pushed the man in the back, trying to start a brawl.
Footage shows the USA man instigating the fight. Then a bottle is smashed over a fighter’s head, and the scene descends into chaos. Other people at the Arkansas establishment jump up to action and start fighting over the COVID-19 precautions.
It is unclear why the Little Rock steak house restaurant allowed customers to get closer than six feet apart. The steakhouse has failed to issue a statement regarding the COVID-19 brawl that broke out inside their establishment.
Crews added: “I think if just someone is telling you to stay away from them, you probably shouldn’t get near them. And maybe if you don’t want to get Coronavirus, don’t go to a restaurant.”
The American South continues to be devastated by the coronavirus. Governors in many of those states ignored warnings and are now experiencing the devastating effects of the virus. Daily infections are projected to reach more than 100,000 per day if the country does not take serious action to curb the spread of the deadly virus.
“Congregation at a bar, inside, is bad news. We really got to stop that right now,” Dr. Anthony Facui said. “I think we need to emphasize the responsibility that we have both as individuals and as part of a societal effort to end the epidemic that we all have to play a part in that.”
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