Tommy Robinson supporter threatens to knock a teenager's teeth out for holding a milkshake at a rally

Greg Evans
Saturday 04 May 2019 14:45
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The best stories are often trilogies. Lord of the Rings. The OG Star Wars. Back to the Future. Blade. Now, thanks to social media we can add Tommy Robinson vs. milkshakes to that list.

After his iconic encounters with the beverage (of the strawberry variety) in both Bury and Warrington, Robinson's acolytes have clearly been put on red alert for any potential sightings of the drink at the former EDL leader's rallies.

In a video of a Robinson rally, a man holding a sign reading 'I am soldier' [sic] and bizarrely holding a Prince Harry mask, approaches a young man with a McDonald's milkshake in his hand.

In the clip, the man can be heard telling the teenage to drink the milkshake before threatening to "knock his teeth out" despite the youngster being nowhere near Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.

The teenager is eventually told to "go over there" and nothing more comes of the incident. The video looks to have first appeared on Friday where it was uploaded to Twitter by someone going by the name of alexander.

The video has since been circulated on Twitter, with many mocking Robinson and his supporters for actually fearing a dessert based drink.

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