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Shocking moment The West End actress is insulted and threatened on the street


An actress shared a shocking video showing the moment she was followed and harassed by a man after complaining about people not wearing face masks on the subway.

West End actress Corrine Priest, who appeared on the stage show Les Misérables, said she was referred to as "classy C *" and "Sl **" by the man when she returned from Hendon Tube Station in London on Friday Went home.

The exchange apparently started after overhearing Corrine on the phone with her mother talking about people who didn't wear face coverings on the subway.

Since June 15, it has been mandatory for passengers to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when traveling on the subway, unless exempted.

As the video starts, Corrine is seen filming herself while being followed by the man who tells her, "You are a dirty little fuck life."

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The man in the red coat follows her while she is filming

An actress shared a shocking video showing the moment she was followed and molested by a man after complaining about people not wearing face masks on the tube

In conversation with the camera she says: “Someone is filming me, he is following me. I do not know what to do. & # 39;

Then she turns to him and says, "I don't want trouble, I don't want trouble."

However, the angry man yells, "Apologize now," to which Corrine replies that she is sorry.

He still follows her and continues: “You said someone is wearing a mask, did you say that or not? You didn't do it to me directly, no? & # 39;

West End actress Corrine Priest (pictured) says she was referred to as "classy c *" and "sl **" by the man when she walked home from Hendon Tube Station in London and filmed herself on Friday

West End actress Corrine Priest (pictured) says she was referred to as "classy c *" and "sl **" by the man when she walked home from Hendon Tube Station in London and filmed herself on Friday

Corrine replies, "No, I haven't, not for you, no, I promise I don't want any trouble."

The man says, "I'm not threatening you, yes, but I have people, yes, if you want to open your mouth like a rude girl."

Corrine replies, "I spoke to my mom on the phone, it's not okay and now you're following me. I would really appreciate it if you didn't because it's pretty intimidating."

The stranger says: & # 39; Intimidating, yes? I am an intimidating person. & # 39;

Corrine, who is still filming, replies: "And you called me a classy Sl ** and a C *** that is unacceptable."

In conversation with the camera she says: “Someone is filming me, he is following me. I do not know what to do. & # 39;

Then she turns to him and says, "I don't want trouble, I don't want trouble."

In conversation with the camera she says: “Someone is filming me, he is following me. I do not know what to do. & # 39;

A shaken Corrine posted the videos on Twitter shortly after the altercation and said, “Raise a warning. I was just harassed, threatened and followed home because I told my mother on the phone that people don't wear masks on the tube. & # 39;

A shaken Corrine posted the videos on Twitter shortly after the altercation and said, “Raise a warning. I was just harassed, threatened and followed home for telling my mother on the phone that people don't wear masks on the tube. & # 39;

The man replies: "Yes, that's exactly how you behave."

The couple keep going back and forth as to whether Corrine's comments were directed at the man for not wearing a mask, which she repeatedly told him was not.

The man asks Corrine to apologize a second time, even though she has already done so.

Corrine (pictured) is a West End actress and currently plays in the stage production of Les Misérables

Corrine (pictured) is a West End actress and currently plays in the stage production of Les Misérables

Corrine's post was liked over 13,000 times and sparked outrage among social media users

Corrine's post was liked over 13,000 times and sparked outrage among social media users

Then he instructs Corrine how to behave if she replies, "But don't come at the same time and threaten to tell me that you will beat me up and follow me home."

What are the rules for wearing masks on the tube?

On June 15, the government required passengers to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey on public transport in England, including the tube.

Face covers should also be worn by everyone in taxi and private rental vehicles for the duration of their trip.

Exceptions are people with breathing difficulties, children under the age of eleven and people who have difficulty handling them properly.

To help customers exempt from wearing face covering, TfL has introduced an exemption card that customers can print out and carry with them or display on their phone. You can display these when asked why you are not wearing one.

The man adds, “I have two other sisters. I would never touch a girl, but that doesn't mean I can't tell what's on my mind. & # 39;

"Take care, yes, and don't act like that."

The argument continues when Corrine replies, "You and your friend are coming to beat me up?"

The man replies shockingly: "We can do that easily now."

Even when the clip ends, the man can still be seen chasing Corrine and making veiled threats.

A shaken Corrine posted the videos on Twitter shortly after the altercation and said, “Raise a warning. I was just harassed, threatened and followed home for telling my mother on the phone that people don't wear masks on the tube.

& # 39; These narcissistic men will keep doing this and it is dangerous. I am mad at us. I hate how scared I was. I had to be submissive for my safety.

& # 39; It's not okay for that to happen. It happened because I am a woman and I was alone.

He walked away thinking he had taught me a lesson without apologizing. He is reported.

“I feel that it is my responsibility to share. I don't know, just stay safe, there are some weird people out there. & # 39;

Corrine's post was liked over 13,000 times and sparked outrage among social media users.

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