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64-Year-Old Asian Man Collecting Cans Receives Racist Abuse, Death Threats in Australia

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A man, 50, and a woman, 51, allegedly subjected an Asian man, 64, to verbal abuse and threats on Sunday evening after finding him sifting through garbage bins in Sydney, Australia.

The first attack: The incident, which happened at Trumper Park on Hampden Street in Paddington, caught the attention of Cocoa, 25, who went over to the scene after hearing racist slurs from his car, reported 7News.

Din Tai Fung in Sydney Closes Due to Pandemic and Underpaying Employees Scandal

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A Din Tai Fung store in Sydney, Australia has become one of the recent restaurants to fold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a “wage theft” scandal that hit the chain last year.

The restaurant confirmed its Sydney Central Park store has entered into voluntary administration — the business temporarily halts operations, and control is given to the administrator — but its other stores are still in operation, according to The Australian Financial Review.

Bystanders in Australia Reportedly Ignore Chinese Man Dying of Heart Attack Over Fear of Coronavirus

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Bystanders outside a restaurant in Sydney, Australia allegedly refused to provide CPR to a Chinese man who suffered a heart attack over fears that he was carrying the deadly 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

The 60-year-old man, who has not been identified, died before paramedics arrived to finally help him outside a Masuya Suisan restaurant in the city’s Chinatown on Tuesday night.

Korean Restaurant in Australia Gets $2,200 Fine for Dumping 2 Drunk Female Customers on the Street

Gangnam Station Sydney, a Korean BBQ restaurant in Sydney, Australia, is facing a range of sanctions for dumping two passed-out female patrons on the streets last November after doing 16 shots of spirits in 40 minutes.

In a statement on Monday, the Department of Liquor and Gaming called the incident “one of the worst breaches of liquor laws in NSW in recent years.”