VIDEO: Man opposes vaccine in Australia and sets himself on fire – Bizarrice

VIDEO: Man opposes vaccine in Australia and sets himself on fire - Bizarrice

This bizarre incident was recorded by witnesses in Richmond, Victoria.

The anti-vaccination man, despite being severely burned, had to be stopped by witnesses and police (Photo: Facebook/tracey.loveday.359/Reproduction)

A city man set himself on fire in his car richmond, in Australia, protesting against mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 in the state of Victoria.

Witnesses told the Australian newspaper hear the herald That the man, on fire, got out of his car on Church St. this Saturday (1/1) at about 8 o’clock (local time). Police and firefighters extinguished the fire by dousing the Australian with water.

As soon as the flames were extinguished, about five eyewitnesses stopped the youth. According to the Australian newspaper report, officers knocked him to the ground before being taken in an ambulance.

A spokesman for the Victoria Police Department told the Herald Sun that the seriously injured man was taken to hospital.

A woman who helped the boy stop, and who asked not to be identified, told the newspaper that she saw his skin burning. “His skin was burning, there was a fire. His skin is still on my shirt. He was mad with rage shouting about the laws,” tells the Australian Herald Sun.

Another witness, Lydia O’Connor, was eating dinner at a nearby restaurant when she heard the man scream. “He threw petrol at himself and on the car. It was on purpose. He was raving about mandatory vaccinations. he was shouting: no ID Wax [certificado de vacinação da Austrália] And he threw the books,” the woman tells the Australian magazine.

Eyewitnesses said that initially flames were emanating from the trunk of the silver vehicle, while black smoke could also be seen.

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The Herald Sun says the driver’s side door was gutted in the fire.

About the author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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