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Canadian News Nov 25, 2020 1:05 PM EST

BREAKING: Crowd chants 'CBC sucks' as restauranteur who broke lockdown orders kicks media off his property

A crowd of patrons at Adamson Barbecue in Etobicoke were seen chanting "CBC sucks" as restaurant owner Adam Skelly guided establishment media crew off his property.

BREAKING: Crowd chants 'CBC sucks' as restauranteur who broke lockdown orders kicks media off his property
Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal, QC

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A crowd of patrons at Adamson Barbecue in Etobicoke were seen chanting "CBC sucks" as restaurant owner Adam Skelly guided establishment media crew off his property.

A video shows Skelly telling the crowd that he was deputizing the crowd to help remove establishment media off his property.

Yesterday, Skelly expressed frustration at media outlets who refused to tell "both sides of the story."

"It's completely biased journalism, they don't show both sides of the story. They try to vilify anybody who's not talking the mainstream narrative. I don't want them here, I want people who are going to show both sides of the story... That's why we've got you guys here, that's why we've got The Post Millennial, that's why we've got independent journalists, these are the people I want to talk to. [The mainstream media outlets,] they're going to twist my words, they're going to catch me making a funny face, and make that as their poster and make me out to be an asshole."

Today, police on the scene said that those in attendance were in violation of the Toronto and Peel area's lockdown regulations, and were facing the "possibility of being charged."

Skelly would later come out and say that his restaurant ran out of food, saying that he will bring more food for his patrons tomorrow.

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