A MAN ambushed Tommy Robinson whilst he was out shopping with his son in Selfridges, Manchester over the bank holiday weekend.
The man who appeared to be Muslim, approached Tommy and said: ‘You only talk about minority jerks, they are paedophiles and scum and it doesn’t matter what race they come from,’ before slamming Tommy and accusing him of ‘peddling hate.’ and claimed he was creating ‘Hate and Division’ for speaking the truth.
Tommy politely responded and asked the Man if he thought it was the best time to come and talk to him about it whilst he was out shopping with his son.
He said: ‘You told your daughter to walk away and then you started talking to me about issues that you don’t want your daughter to hear, but my sons standing next to me, do you think that’s respectful?’
The man then became angry and said he was going to ‘make a formal complaint.’
He then verbally abused Tommy and called him a ‘Nobhead.’ the video can be seen below.
WATCH: TOMMY AMBUSHED BY ABUSIVE ‘MUSLIM’ MAN
The staff member re-assured Mr Robinson and said ‘You’ve not done anything wrong.’
Once again, the Muslim Tommy haters think they can ambush our working-class hero when he’s out shopping with his son.
It’s not the first time Tommy has had trouble in Selfridges – in 2013 a shop assistant was SUSPENDED when they refused to serve Tommy.
The man named ‘Mo’ faced possible dismissal after refusing to serve a man who was buying clothes with Tommy.
“You won’t serve my friend because he’s friends with me … and I’m in the EDL,” said Robinson, according to his own camera phone recording of the incident. “Is that what you’re saying?”
The man held his hands up and tried to ignore the question, but eventually replied: “You can put me on the camera all you like but I ain’t serving you”, before walking off.
Patriotic Selfridges said it was “very disappointed” and suspended the staff member pending an internal investigation. By way of apology, the store laid on a three-course meal for Robinson and his friend in its Hix restaurant, champagne and caviar bar, which included £25 portions of char-grilled sirloin steak and chips, and chocolate cake and ice-cream.
“We pride ourselves on making everyone welcome and endeavour to provide world-class customer service at all times,” a Selfridges spokesman said at the time.