It circulates through social networks, video security camera that shows a woman next to a panel of judges from the fruit, and spit upon. Then, in another image, a woman is arrested by police inside a convenience store. It says: “In Australia, within the united states, a chinese is arrested, after being caught spitting on the banana”. The message that it’s #FAKE.
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The woman, who was arrested at the grocery store is not the same as what appears next to the stand of bananas. They even wear different outfits. Also, it is not true that a woman who has been arrested has tested positive for the coronavirus, as it says in the text is false.
Australian newspapers, such as the channel 7 News pointed out that the woman who shows up being arrested, was handcuffed by police outside a store in the Woolworths after being involved in a confusion with the employee and if he refuses to leave the premises. Several similar cases for clients dissatisfied with the restrictions imposed by the hiv pandemic have been recorded in Australia.
But the other part of the video shows footage of security cameras lot of focus on a woman with asian looks the spit, close to a selection of bananas, but it is not the same as the store in which the first woman has been arrested.
Looking for, at Woolworths guarantee that the images that show the woman’s spit was made in a shop in Chullora, which is located 15 km away from Sydney, where’s the other woman who was arrested.
In addition to this, there is no evidence that the video had been made in Australia or is it the woman who’s spit in the fruit were infected.
“We encourage our users to be suspicious of false information on social media,” he said in a statement, the spokesman for the store chain.
It’s #FAKE chinese coronavirus has been stuck on the market after spitting in a banana — Photo 1
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