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Texas Starbucks barista attacked after asking customer to wear mask
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Gov. Greg Abbott, R-Texas, issued an new executive order Friday that requires bars to close at noon.
A Starbucks barista in Texas was attacked after asking a customer to wear a face mask, Midland officials say.
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The Midland Police Department responded to an assault call Saturday morning after an unidentified employee was punched in the face, law enforcement confirmed to FOX Business.
A customer identified by police as Darrel Levon Anderson entered the coffee shop on North Midland Drive Saturday morning without a face mask when a barista informed him of the company's policy. Anderson said he did not have a face covering and punched the employee after they advised him on where to get one, officials said.