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Mother Mireya Mora took her 1-year-old son in a stroller last Friday to a Yogurtland location in San Jose, California. She says while they were standing in a line, a female customer in front of her got mad, saying Mora was too close to her.

“It happened so quick, and I was in shock that she got close, she took off her mask really fast and she coughed in my son’s face,” Mora said. “Coughing on someone’s face, she did it on purpose. It’s not that she coughed on accident. No, she purposely coughed on my son’s face.”

Coughed on 1-year-old

California police are looking for a woman accused of coughing a 1-year-old child in a frozen yogurt shop because she believes her mother does not socially stay away.

Mora said that after the incident, his son had a mild fever, but he felt better. He hopes he won’t catch the COVID-19.

The surveillance video of the incident on Monday asked the public to identify the suspect in the attack case. They say that the 1-year-old child coughs at least twice near his face.

Mora believes the incident was motivated by race.

“I believe this woman might be racist… Me and my grandma are Hispanic, and she started telling me about my distance and harassing me and my son once I started speaking Spanish to my grandma,” she said.

The suspect is described as a mid-built white woman in her 60s. During the event, he wore a gray bandana, glasses, long-sleeved shirt with gray vertical stripes, white dress pants and patterned tennis shoes. Everyone who is knowledgeable is asked to contact Detective Dan Bowman from the San Jose Police Department’s Assault Unit.

 

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