A man and woman punched a 17-year-old Sesame Place employee in the face after the teen reminded them to wear masks, police said.
The incident occurred Sunday at the Sesame Place theme park in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Middletown Township police said. A teen employee told the unnamed man and woman that they were required to wear masks while in the park due to COVID-19.
Later that day, around 5 p.m., the same duo confronted the teen worker at the Captain Cookie’s High C’s Adventure ride, confronted him causing him to back up and punched him in the face, police said. The teen fell to the ground.
The man and woman then fled from the scene as park security chased after them. Investigators said they were last seen driving away in a vehicle registered in New York.
The teen suffered a jaw injury and damaged teeth. He was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center in Middletown on Sunday and underwent surgery on Monday.
There is more including a video at the link above. Bastards. Punch a kid for doing his job, tough guys right? This is the type of thing SPTV and right wing media give us. The good news police think they know who these two are from park records. Hugs