Coronavirus: UK Police Target People Saying Mean Things, Walking In Public Parks

Chris Menahan
Mar. 30, 2020

Police in the United Kingdom are working to battle the coronavirus pandemic by targeting people saying mean things and walking in public parks.

The Metropolitan Police on Saturday released a video urging people to report those using "offensive language" or "harassing" people for "who they think [they] are" so they can be prosecuted for "hate crimes."

Warrington Police announced on Sunday that they'd arrested multiple people for various "boredom" related "offences":

Days earlier, Derbyshire Police used their drone unit to hunt down and publicly shame people for leaving their houses to get much-needed vitamin D by enjoying public parks which were locked down.

In late January, as astute observers began realizing the coronavirus was beginning to spiral out of control, the UK school system told parents what they really needed to fear was an outbreak of anti-Chinese "xenophobia."

The UK has since seen over 1200 deaths from the coronavirus with nearly 20,000 people testing positive.

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