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Astoria Woman Coughs on Fellow Customer at Bagel Store, Video Goes Viral

Woman who allegedly took exception to another customer complaining she wasn’t wearing a mask (Facebook)

June 14, 2020 Staff Report

A video has gone viral of a woman deliberately coughing on another customer at a bagel shop in Astoria.

In the video, a woman comes into New York City Bagel & Coffee House on Broadway–near 30th Street–to pick up an order without a mask on June 6.

Another customer complains to an employee that there is a customer without a mask.

The woman takes offense and erupts into a fit of anger.

“You’re a pussy, such a pussy,” the woman says to customer who was complaining. “Say that to my face.”

The staff then serve the woman her order. She grabs it and then goes over to the customer who complained and coughs in her face.

“What the F$$k is wrong with you?” the victim who is coughed on says. “You A-Hole.”

The woman then realizes that she is being recorded as she exits.

The victim later went on Facebook to provide an account of the incident.

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