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Cafe Dzajko: Anti-vaxxer roars abuse in coffee shop

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Ridiculous Moment When An Anti-Vaxer Films Himself Proudly ROARING Insult To Stunned Bar Staff For Following The Law And Asking Customers For Proof Of Shots

  • “Why do you think I’m going to hand over my medical records?”
  • “Just wondering if you work for the government,” the anti-vaxxer asks
  • Man also targets the United Nations and NSW Prime Minister Dominic Perrottet
  • Strong support for cafe from customers and online benefactors










An anti-vaxxer has videotaped the moment he yelled at a bar worker who obeyed the law by demanding proof of vaccination for the service.

The man posted the video of him launching into a furious beam at a stunned barista after he was outraged by the new health regulations that are part of NSW’s reopening after lockdown.

The man’s tirade ends with a bizarre scream: “I’m very powerful and I’ll be back.”

As his video begins, the man turns to viewers and says, ‘Guys, if you think this is a joke, I’m here in Tempe, NSW and they say you have to show your vaccination certificate to get in. Just to buy a cup of coffee. You are joking.’

He then walks into Cafe Dzajko and interrupts the barista and a customer – who are both well masked, as they yell, ‘Excuse me, why do you think I’m going to hand over my medical, private information on whether I’m vaccinated or unvaccinated? to buy a cup of coffee?’

Sydney cafe worker and customer agent rant about abusing an anti-vaxxer

The angry anti-vaxxer, who uses a made-up name on his Instagram page, then says, “See how insanely hypocritical that sounds? That you actually implicitly walk into segregation.’

The man suggests that the owner of the company will face consequences if he dares to obey the laws of New South Wales. ‘Do you realize how dangerous that area is as an entrepreneur, ma’am? ‘Because I do. I am an entrepreneur and I am open to everyone!’

About 75 percent of people in NSW are fully vaccinated against Covid-19

About 75 percent of people in NSW are fully vaccinated against Covid-19

Buying a cup of coffee while wearing a mask and following the health regulations is really not that hard

Buying a cup of coffee while wearing a mask and following the health regulations is really not that hard

As the owner tries to ignore him and the customer looks at the anti-vaxxer seemingly in disbelief, the man grows even more frustrated and yells, “Do you have anything to say to that? “Because I know I’m protected under this discrimination and this vicious attempt at segregation, okay.”

The woman behind the counter is finally pushed to respond. What she says is unclear, but it may have been a suggestion that he try his coffee elsewhere.

‘Oh no no. They also ask for vaccination passports,” the man replies.

Things then get weirder, when the man adds a wild conspiracy to his anti-vaxx rants. “I wonder if you work for the government, because the government would imply this…it’s not really your privilege or authority to ask for my private information,” he says.

As a parting shot, he threatens the owner with “You can reject it all you want, but I’m very powerful and I’ll be back.”

He then begins to mutter that his treatment amounted to “absolutely shameful discrimination against an unvaccinated healthy person.” Unbelievable.’

Cafe Dzajko in Sydney's Tempe suburb was subjected to a tirade of abuse by an anti-vaxxer

Cafe Dzajko in Sydney’s Tempe suburb was subjected to a tirade of abuse by an anti-vaxxer

The man then continues with his persecution complex in a diatribe that accompanies his video, saying it was about “the principle that I’m not welcome for what I choose or don’t choose to inject into my body, which made me furious today.” !’

He then seems to be referring to the United Nations (a favorite target for conspiracy theorists) when he repeatedly writes the word “UN-vaccinated,” which he says are “felt guilt-tripped and separated … hounded by ambulance services, colleagues and police Gentlemen” .

He ends with a misspelled swipe at the new NSW premiere. ‘Dominic Perrotet (sic) you are not my prime minister and your actions prove you are not a Christian! Hope you are (sic) happy!’

There are a handful of supportive comments alongside his video, with one by the name of Elifasan saying, “Outrageous in 2021, who thought this is where we’d be.”

Cafe Dzajko was just following the law, as the signs on the door make clear?

Cafe Dzajko was just following the law, as the signs on the door make clear?

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Cafe Dzajko to request comment on what happened.

The cafe’s Facebook page was full of supportive posts. Anita Taylor wrote that it was “great to see you standing up for OHS for staff and customers. Keep up the great service.’

Divna Damceska posted ‘don’t let anyone else pronounce you bad’ and many others said they will go to Cafe Dzajko next time they are in Sydney.

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