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Woman Allegedly Deliberately Coughs on Patrons Caught on Camera

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Woman Allegedly Deliberately Coughs on Patrons Caught on Camera

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A video has gone viral on social media showing a confrontation between two women at a bagel shop in New York. According to the person who posted the video on Facebook, Ally Goodbaum, the incident occurred at New York City Bagel Coffee House on Broadway and 30th Street in New York City.

Ally Goodbaum said she noticed that a woman was coughing in the shop and not wearing a mask. When she asked one of the employees of the store if they would enforce a mask-wearing policy for patrons, Balsamo reacted poorly and coughed on her. A short clip of the video was uploaded to Twitter and has been viewed over a million times.

The on-camera meltdown began after a customer who was wearing a mask, Ally Goodbaum, suggested that a mandatory ‘mask-on’ policy be introduced to all patrons entering the store.

As soon as the woman overheard the complaint, she began attacking Goodbaum at first verbally and then physically.

‘You can’t say it to my face you p****?’ she asked before walking straight up to Goodbaum and coughing in her face.

‘What the f*** is wrong with you?’ Goodbaum cried.

Incredibly, the workers in the store still served the abusive woman her drinks and food before she walked out of the store.

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