Reports claim #BunningsKaren also targeted a pharmacy in her anti-mask campaign
News reports have emerged that the anti-mask campaigner whose videos of arguments with Bunnings and Australia Post staff have gone viral, has also directed her ire at a Victorian pharmacy.
According to a report on News.com.au the woman, who is trending on social media as #BunningsKaren has posted in a Facebook group claiming that she got into a heated argument with a security guard at her local chemist over masks on Thursday.
“On Thursday, she posted in an Australian anti-vaxxer, 5G, conspiracy theorist group that she’d begun the argument at her local chemist after being asked to wear a face mask,” the report said.
“How dare you! I have a medical exemption and you cannot discriminate against me!” the woman wrote in the long post.
“She also says she tried to film herself fighting with the guard, but in her own words, she ‘forgot to push the record’.”
The woman had filmed herself berating staff at a Bunnings in Narre Warren on Saturday 25 July after they asked her to wear a face mask, and also released a second video of herself telling off an Australia Post worker and ordering them to serve her despite not having a mask.
Wait til this Karen finds out about ‘no shoes, no shirt, no service’. pic.twitter.com/2dvLE90dOa
— cam smith (@sexenheimer) July 25, 2020