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Anti-mask demonstrator later arrested at Vancouver bus stop for threatening others

(CITYNEWS/Tony Fera)
Summary

A man who attended Saturday's anti-mask rally was arrested for reportedly threatening others at a bus stop

The VPD say the man continued to protest while waiting in line near Burrard Station

Police arrested him for uttering threats, and he was hit with two tickets under the COVID-19 related Measures Act

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — Following Saturday’s anti-mask rally in downtown Vancouver, police arrested one man who apparently threatened others while waiting for a bus.

According to police, the man was waiting in line for a bus near Burrard Station while continuing to protest – yelling, swearing and refusing to wear a mask or social distance.

After being confronted by another man for not wearing a mask, the protester pulled out dog repellent and threatened him.

Police arrested the man for uttering threats and was slapped with two tickets under the COVID-19 related Measures Act.