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Farrelly Brothers tell the story of a friend who was RUN OVER after asking a man to wear his mask

Farrelly Brothers share stories and photos of a friend who was RUN OVER after asking a man to wear his mask

The directing duo Farrelly Brothers tweeted a shocking story from a friend who claims he was attacked after asking a man to wear a face mask.

Peter and Bobby shared their friend Bill Beauchene’s account of the incident, along with a photo of his gory and bandaged shin.

“Here’s a photo of my friend Bill Beauchene who was attacked and then run over after asking a 20-year-old man standing next to him at a convenience store why he wasn’t wearing a mask,” the post on the Dumb And Dumber creators joint account said.

Share: The Farrelly Brothers tweeted a friend's story of being attacked for asking someone to wear a face mask. They can be seen above in 2014

Share: The Farrelly Brothers tweeted a friend’s story of being attacked for asking someone to wear a face mask. They can be seen above in 2014

In a follow-up tweet, they shared Bill’s retelling.

“It is no coincidence!” he wrote about his injuries. “By the way, I spent an hour in prison this morning! Was arrested for disorderly conduct, ‘Beauchene wrote.

“When I got out of comfort [store] to some man was exactly on my a ** with no mask and I said to him, “Where’s your mask.” And he totally went in on me, I mean big! ‘

“I just stood there banging his chest. He took my full coffee from my hand and it was about a man standing next to us. Bill continued.

Victim: “Here’s a photo of my friend Bill Beauchene who was attacked and then run over after asking a 20-year-old man next to him in a supermarket why he wasn’t wearing a mask,” the post said. on the joint account of the creator of Dumb And Dumber said

Story: Beauchene wrote a comprehensive account of what happened, shared by the directors

Story: Beauchene wrote a comprehensive account of what happened, shared by the directors

Story: Beauchene wrote a comprehensive account of what happened, shared by the directors

“He told me if he had ever seen me off the property [he] would cut my throat, so I went behind his car and took a picture of his license plate. When I got out from behind his car, he opened his door and put his car in reverse. ‘

“It hit me very hard, I had to brace myself in the door [and] eventually ended up all the way to his front bumper and he couldn’t close it, but it threw me about 20 feet and made a huge cut in my leg, “Beauchene continued.

“When the police came, they pulled me aside and said, look, we just want to let this whole thing go and you both can just go. If not, we will arrest both of you for disorderly behavior. ‘

“I was so pissed that I didn’t care if I had to spend a few hours at the station, so I said let’s go to town,” he continued. “There were 5 police cars, the rescue car and a fire truck on the spot. I have to go to court in October. ‘

Live Free or Die: There have been massive spikes of coronavirus cases recently in states such as Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, and South Carolina. Above is a protest against masks Wednesday in Sanford, Florida

Live Free or Die: There have been massive spikes of coronavirus cases recently in states such as Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, and South Carolina. Above is a protest against masks Wednesday in Sanford, Florida

Live Free or Die: There have been massive spikes of coronavirus cases recently in states such as Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, and South Carolina. Above is a protest against masks Wednesday in Sanford, Florida

Rhode Island has been affected by 17,000 confirmed coronavirus cases with 974 deaths, according to The New York Times.

Recently, there have been huge spikes in cases such as in Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, and South Carolina.

According to the Times, the total number of cases in the United States has increased by 68% in the past two weeks.

The CDC currently recommends the use of fabric face covers, but there is no national mandate for wearing.

Guidelines: The CDC currently recommends the use of fabric face covers, but there is no national mandate for wearing

Guidelines: The CDC currently recommends the use of fabric face covers, but there is no national mandate for wearing

Guidelines: The CDC currently recommends the use of fabric face covers, but there is no national mandate for wearing

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