SAN ANTONIO Felony charges are pending after a man who refused to put on a mask in a hardware store got into an altercation with the county judge who wrote the mask order.
Surveillance video caught the confrontation when an employee asked the man to put on a mask. According to authorities, the man refused, and thats when Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff stepped in to explain the policy, and offered the man a card.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said thats when the man forcefully slapped the card out of the judges hand. The incident happened at the Lowes off I-10 and Callaghan Road around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.
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"Maskless man" is facing FELONY assault charges because slapped an unwanted business card from the hand of a nosy busybody judge.
Every cop in the county is searching for this dangerous felon who got above his raisin' and committed the heinous crime of Contempt of a Mandarin.
Seems at least half of Texas wants to ruin this man's life. But that's OK -- all that really matters is that the judge made it home safely.
The article doesn't say just how grave the judge's injuries were or what hospital he was treated at or whether he is expected to make a full recovery. Or maybe he didn't even go the hospital -- maybe he was just treated by EMTs at the scene of the crime? Texans are pretty tough, you know.