St. Louis Woman Pepper-Sprays Pizza Restaurant Employees After She Was Told to Leave for Not Wearing a Mask

Police were called on Sunday after a St. Louis woman sprayed employees at the Incredible Pizza Company after they asked her to leave for not wearing a face mask.

The police issued a summons to the woman for assaulting three workers at the pizza restaurant.

FOX2Now reported:

Police say a St. Louis woman pepper-sprayed pizza place employees after she was asked to leave because she wasn’t wearing a mask.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that St. Louis County police responded to a call Sunday at Incredible Pizza Company.

Police say customers were asked to leave because they weren’t wearing masks. Then a woman used pepper spray on employees.

St. Louis County requires that people wear masks in public and inside businesses to slow the spread of coronavirus.

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