Last week at Manhattan Beach, an unhinged Karen threw hot coffee in the face of an unmasked man who were sitting outside a coffee store, causing him get and start punching her boyfriend.
Here’s the high-point of the incident:
Karen approached a man about not wearing a mask, didn’t like his response, attacked him with hot coffee, got twirled around and beat up along with her boyfriend and had the nerve to call the police leaving out throwing coffeehttps://t.co/ZRMMUeZolV
— JaVonni Brustow. ???? (@JaVonniBrustow) August 1, 2020
How many times do we have to say it, don’t throw hot coffee in someone’s face?
The unmasked men had been sitting outside the store minding their business when the couple approached them and started hassling them about them not wearing a mask.
“Ya’ll need to be wearing masks,” Karen said.
The two were cordial about it and tried politely tried explaining that they’re not into the whole mask thing.
“We’re locals here but we fall on the other side of the fence. We don’t believe in this stuff,” one of the two said, adding that he’d been a local business owner for 30 years.
The big question is how are you supposed to drink coffee and eat a burrito with a mask on anyway? And they were outside.
The next big question is why do certain people feel it’s their duty to harass others who aren’t wearing a mask? Who died of CV-19 and made them boss? If Karen here was wearing a mask, what threat could the burrito-toting guys be to her that caused her to act like the south end of a northbound horse?
As the one man spoke to the woman, her boyfriend got into it with his friend.
At some point, the friend yelled, “What are you looking at me for? I didn’t say s–t to you. Get the f–k out of my face!”
That’s when the woman brought out her inner Karen, weaponizing hot coffee by throwing it at the friend.
“That was dumb,” the first unmasked man, the business owner said as his buddy jumped up from his seat and moved quickly toward the couple.
Here’s the viral video that captures the whole thing.
Thankfully, the scuffle ended quickly, but that was just the beginning.
As the two unmasked men tried to explain to Karen that she “shouldn’t have done that,” she decided to double down by saying, “I don’t give a f–k…”
“I hope somebody saw that, and I would do it 10 times over, motherf–ker,” she said.
Apparently, she’s unaware of California law.
“You do not need to make physical contact with your accuser to be convicted of assault. You can be charged for spitting on someone, pouring a drink on them, or even throwing something at them, as long as the physical contact with your accuser was violent, offensive, or painful,” the Law Office of Barney B. Gibbs, an Anaheim attorney, notes.
After all, making physical contact is also a form of assault. The definition of assault is making someone feel they are going to be harmed. Battery is physically touching them. Throwing hot coffee in someone’s face is assault and battery. The physical altercation by the guy who got hit with the hot coffee can be seen as self defense. How would he know if Karen’s boyfriend Ken was going to throw his hot coffee on his as well? He didn’t, and he was already on alert because Ken was was in his face before the coffee was thrown.
Karen’s boyfriend had the gall to call 911.
““You know your significant other here, your wife or girlfriend, she threw a drink in his face and assaulted him,” the unmasked business owner tried to remind him. The woman and her boyfriend went on as if she never threw hot coffee in the guy’s face. Psychotically, they both acted like the physical altercation began for no reason at all. The woman said, “I just paid money for my coffee, you think I’m going to throw it in your face for no reason?” Can you believe this?
“I’m bleeding out of my face right now. … He punched me in the face. I’m bleeding out of my mouth proper now,” Karen’s boyfriend said to the 911 operator.
“Your girlfriend’s getting f–king arrested. You can’t throw hot coffee at people,” one of the two unmasked men said.
What occurred after the cops showed up is the icing on the cake.
“The couple tries telling the cops that the man attacked them ‘unprovoked,’ but his friend presented them with the bodycam and officers made the couple apologize to the men,” the International Business Times reported. Karen and Ken didn’t know a bodycam was filming the entire episode. Ken thought because he was bleeding from the mouth he would convince police that and and Karen were the victims.
I was recently asked by a real life Karen to stop referring to unsavory characters as “Karen,” and I think it’s because Karen doesn’t know about the whole “complaining Karen” phenomenon that’s sweeping the world right now. If she had a sense of humor she’d understand it’s not a personal insult to her any more than a nickname for my forename is an insult to me.
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Rich is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and owner of Maga-Chat.com. He writes about politics, culture, liberty, and faith.
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