‘I will kill it if I meet it again!’: Australian man demolishes sign blaming China for COVID-19
A video of an Asian man wrecking a sign that blamed China for the spread of COVID-19 in Melbourne, Australia, has gone viral on social media.
Where it happened: The sign, which was made of metal, was attached to a pole outside a home in Glen Waverley, a suburb in the City of Monash. It’s unclear who put it there or whose property the pole was located on.
The sign had the words “Made in China” on it with an arrow that pointed to a miswritten “CO-VID 19.” The man who destroyed it said he visited the spot after hearing about it from a friend. “A friend told me someone posted a sign insulting Chinese people — saying coronavirus is from China,” the man said in Chinese. “We have to remove it.” The video, which was posted by TikTok user @kyl_c, shows the man using an electric saw to partially cut the sign into three pieces. He then proceeds to smas