LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — An apparent protest of Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles’ disguise policy got violent in Anaheim, California.
Security guards of the famed restaurant clashed with protesters outside its Anaheim location. Video posted to social media showed at the minimum one man being dragged out of the restaurant by several security guards, as some in the crowd yell, “Brutality!”
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Officers were called to the scene after it was reported that someone was pepper sprayed. However, police say no one was arrested or hurt.
It’s not clear why protesters targeted Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles, and if they represented a particular group. The protest comes about a week after video of a woman comparing the restaurant’s policies to segregation went viral, according to reports.
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confront masks for indoor operations are not required in Orange County, California, but are instead strongly recommended. But individual businesses keep free to enact their own confront disguise policies.
Further out, confront masks keep a requirement for indoor operations of businesses in Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Imperial, and San Luis Obispo counties, and by much of the Bay Area in Northern California, in spite of of vaccination position. The state’s disguise mandate was allowed to expire in June, but county governments moved to reenact confront masks for indoor venues due to a rise in COVID-19 situations, largely from the more contagious Delta variant.
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confront masks are also required in the indoor areas of most colleges and universities throughout California.
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