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A teenage girl allegedly spat in a Sydney railway station staffer’s face and said “I have COVID” before the man and two of his co-workers were violently assaulted.
Officers are now appealing for information as they search for the girl and a teenage boy also involved in the attack at Blacktown Railway Station on Thursday afternoon.
In Thursday’s incident, police say the teenage girl tried to enter the railway station while smoking a cigarette before a male staff member approached to say smoking wasn’t allowed.
She allegedly spat on the man’s face and said “I have COVID” before walking through the ticket barrier.
A teenage boy then ran over and coughed and spat in the staff member’s face before punching him in the neck and the back of the head, according to police.
The incident happened at Blacktown Railway Station in Sydney on Thursday. Credit: Google ImagesA female staff member who attempted to intervene was also punched in the head while a third staff member received a small thumb laceration and back injury.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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