Gang attack postman after he tells them off for ignoring coronavirus lockdown

A Royal Mail postie was attacked after telling a group of lads off for ignoring the coronavirus lockdown.

The postman had been doing his rights on the Isle of Wight on Thursday when the sickening incident took place.

He had given the three yobs a ticking off for gathering outside when they were supposed to be indoors under the Covid-19 lockdown.

But they decided to seek revenge by verbally lashing the man and then kicking his Royal Mail van.

The incident was caught on camera in broad daylight as locals spoke of their disgust at the actions of the yobs.

One local said: “The postman told them only two people are meant to be out together.”

Another resident said: “This has disgusted me."

"Total disrespect for people’s lives.”

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The incident comes amid a series of clashes across the UK involving thugs and emergency service staff amid the shutdown.

Thugs have also been setting fire to supermarket delivery vans as well as vandalising emergency vehicles.

And a farmer in the Peak District was left “shaken” after being punched 15 times when he told a lockdown flouter to go home.

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The local was repeatedly punched and kicked in the ribs after he told a walker to leave the area earlier this week in Derbyshire.

Police were called and said the victim was left "shaken and bruised".

And in Leeds a cop told how a yob claimed he had the deadly virus before then coughing in his face.

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