Woman hit St. Louis sheriff’s deputy after she was told she could not enter business without mask

2020 has been a great year for lumpenpoletarian rebellion.

By Marianne Martinez, KSDK St. Louis

ST. LOUIS — A woman hit a St. Louis city sheriff’s deputy with her own baton at a St. Louis gas station on Christmas Day after the woman was told she could not enter the business without a mask on, police said.

The incident happened at the Shell Gas station on the 700 block of North Tucker Boulevard just before midnight.

St. Louis police on Monday released surveillance video and pictures of the woman. The video shows her entering the gas station with a mask in her hand, but she was not wearing it around her face, as required.

She appeared to exchange words with the deputy, a 59-year-old woman, who was working security at the gas station.


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  1. It’s fun that the “lumpenpoletarian rebellion” and our best hope for the future rests on trashy people acting trashy.

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