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According to police a 75-year-old man who was fearful of catching the coronavirus, pointed a handgun at two women wearing face masks and gloves during an encounter at a post office in Georgia.

No one was hurt and after threatening the women, the man apologized to them and then told them to avoid touching the post office’s door.

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Fearing Coronavirus, Man, 75, Pulled Gun On Masked Women, Warned Them To "Get Back"

Fearful of catching the coronavirus, a 75-year-old man pointed a handgun at two women wearing face masks and gloves during an encounter at a post office in Georgia, police charge. According to cops, Harvey Taratoot was in the post office Sunday when he confronted the victims. Taratoot yelled at the duo--a grandmother and her 18-year-old granddaughter--"to get back."