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A group of kids have been caught deliberately coughing on a Melbourne shop attendant in a COVID-19 incident described as "disgusting".
The footage, obtained by 9News, shows the boys and girls at a phone repair outlet at Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre in Melbourne's south-east, blatantly ignoring social distancing and hygiene rules while coughing and spluttering on the worker.
Shop attendant Paullie told 9news.com.au the kids approached her pretending to need a phone repaired last week.
Kids have been caught coughing on a shop attendant in an alleged deliberate COVID-19 incident. (Nine)
She then began filming the youths after they started behaving erratically and coughing into her face.
"I said please stop it," she said.
"They were just laughing at me and coughing.
"I was really scared."
This article first appeared on www.9news.com.au
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