A Perth family has been harassed while selling strawberries outside a Bullsbrook park in the city’s north.
Footage shows an allegedly ‘drunk and very racist’ woman swearing and abusing the family, who are believed to be of Asian descent.
The video was posted online Thursday by the user ‘Riffla’ and sees the woman repeatedly refuse to leave the family alone despite their protests.
A Perth family has been harassed while selling strawberries outside a Bullsbrook park in the city’s north, when a woman (pictured) swore at them and refused to leave them alone
In the nearly 12 minute long clip, the woman can be heard protesting the family’s sale of the strawberries and asking if they have a license.
The conversation then turns sour, with the man claiming that he and his family are ‘Australian citizens’ before claiming the woman is a ‘horrible person’ and ‘must really have a sad life’.
‘You must do, r***ing them f***ing things’ the woman responds.
A third man is then brought into the conversation, with the woman turning her attention to him and asking if he knows the man filming is ‘illegal’.
A second incident involving a threat to the man’s animals is also raised, with the woman admitting ‘Yep, that’s right I did.’
After continued pleas from the man to ‘please go away’ the woman then threatens to call the police.
Footage posted online Thursday by the user ‘Riffla’ shows the woman repeatedly refuse to leave the family alone despite their protests, claiming they don’t have a licence to sell the produce
‘We have the right to be here, it is a free country. I’m not answering anymore of you’re silly questions and I am asking you for the hundredth time to please go away.’
After being accused of drinking, the woman is heard stating she had ‘a beer’ before calling the man a ‘c***’.
The man is heard replying: ‘Go away please you are scaring my family’.
His comments alongside the video state that the woman walked up to them in the park while dressed in her work uniform.
West Australian laws states that people selling produce at a food stall require a license from their local council and that a footpath usage or obstruction permit must also be obtained if applicable.