WATCH: Trudeau receives vulgar goodbye from New Brunswick residents

"F*ck you, you piece of sh*t!" one protestor can be heard shouting on the video, "You c**sucker!.. Get the f*ck out of our town!"

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was given a vulgar goodbye by residents of New Brunswick on Tuesday, following an announcement on long-term care in the province.

A video posted by Facebook user Frank Poiriers shows Trudeau leaving Dalhousie Hall, where several protestors can be heard shouting at him from across the street.

Warning: video contains vulgar language

"F*ck you, you piece of sh*t!" one protestor can be heard shouting on the video, "You c*cksucker!.. Get the f*ck out of our town!"

Other protestors can also be heard expressing their grievances.

Trudeau has been heckled or interrupted numerous times over the years, including an event in London, England, where protestors could be heard shouting similar phrases.

Protests against the prime minister especially ramped up during last year's federal election, where he was met by protests at virtually every announcement or event that he appeared at. This peaked when protestors threw rocks at Trudeau.


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