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A protester has hurled objects at Nigel Farage throughout a marketing campaign path in South Yorkshire.

The Reform UK chief was waving at supporters from the highest of his get together’s battle bus in Barnsley city centre on Tuesday when the incident occurred.

Mr Farage stated he believed the objects had been some moist cement from a piece web site adopted by a espresso cup. He narrowly missed the objects.

Mr Farage said he believes the objects were some wet cement and a a coffee cup
Mr Farage stated he believes the objects had been some moist cement and a a espresso cup (Danny Lawson/PA Wire)

A person in a pink hoodie might be seen shouting from a piece web site under, earlier than reaching right into a bucket and throwing one thing else, which additionally missed.

The man was then seen being dragged away by folks in inexperienced high-vis jackets and apprehended by a police officer.

Mr Farage stated he had been warned by police to not get off the bus.

A man in a red jumper was caught on camera hurling the objects
A person in a pink jumper was caught on digicam hurling the objects (Danny Lawson/PA Wire)

Speaking at a rally in Great Yarmouth on Tuesday night, Mr Farage stated the incident demonstrated that: “our democratic process is directly under threat”.

He added: “It’s an attempt to stop us campaigning. It’s an attempt to crush democracy.

“It’s worrying, it’s frightening and it’s noticeable that most of the people there today were young men and women either at or freshly out of our university system.

“Their minds are being poisoned in school, in university and it’s plain wrong.”

The politician shared a video which confirmed a person in a pink jacket throwing objects from a constructing web site earlier than being tackled by police.

A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of public order offences following the incident.

South Yorkshire Police stated: “We have arrested a 28-year-old man on suspicion of public order offences following disorder in Barnsley town centre today.

“It is believed that the man threw objects from a nearby construction area.

“A suspect was quickly detained and remains in police custody.”

The man could be seen being dragged away by people in green high-vis jackets, then detained by a police officer
The man might be seen being dragged away by folks in inexperienced high-vis jackets, then detained by a police officer (Danny Lawson/PA Wire)

Speaking simply earlier than the incident, Mr Farage accused the Conservative Party and its manifesto of “lies”.

“I’m sorry to use this word – more lies, more lies.

“In 2010, 2015, 2017, 2019, they told us they would reduce immigration and they’ll be saying the same thing today.

“They’re also saying today they’re going to reduce tax.

“Well, hang on. The tax burden has now risen. It’s the highest it’s been since 1948.

“I don’t believe a single word that they say and I think, increasingly, nor does the country.

“The funny thing is that, with (Sir) Keir Starmer, I literally still have no idea what he believes in.”

The Reform Party leader had a McDonalds milkshake thrown over him in Clacton last Tuesday
The Reform Party chief had a McDonalds milkshake thrown over him in Clacton final Tuesday (AFP through Getty Images)

An analogous incident occurred final Tuesday, when the Reform Party chief had a McDonalds milkshake thrown over him after launching his marketing campaign for the overall election.

Victoria Thomas Bowen, 25, was charged with assault by beating and prison harm when a yellow-coloured drink was thrown over Mr Farage as he left the Moon and Starfish Wetherspoon pub in Clacton-on-Sea in Essex. Thomas Bowen is because of seem earlier than Colchester Magistrates’ Court on 2 July.

Mr Farage has been focused a number of instances by protesters throwing objects on him. He was first hit by a milkshake whereas in Newcastle in 2019.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/nigel-farage-cement-barnsley-reform-uk-b2560501.html