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George Galloway grumbles to police after nonconformists ‘throw sparkle over him’

George Galloway has been assaulted by a ‘mystery substance’ as he talked to understudies at the College of Aberdeen.
Video film has risen of a meeting in the Scottish college where the dubious government official was tending to understudies what’s more, finished up with a unusual substance, thought to have been glitter, tossed on him.
He tweeted: ‘Someone calling themselves ‘Trans’ what’s more, an ‘anarchist’ driven a five individual assault on me on the stage at Aberdeen University. I continued.
‘I know have an obscure substance in my eyes what’s more, lungs what’s more, feel a little unwell. Be that as it may the battle continues.’
The unstable video film appears the previous MP setting up some time recently the talk is raged by a gathering yelling what’s more, waving placards.
According to the Mirror, the protestors flung gold what’s more, green substances over the government official some time recently being evacuated from the room.
Ryan Houghton told the Press what’s more, Journal: ‘Basically we had six people who were sat at the front push after having security checks done.
‘But as George begun talking they stood up what’s more, hurled three jugs of sparkle over him.
‘He was covered, what’s more, understudies intervened.
‘He just proceed as normal, tidied off the sparkle what’s more, kept going.
‘He’s taking questions what’s more, stuff. He got a round of commendation at the point when somebody apologized on benefit of the students.’
The government official has spent the evening retweeting the messages of bolster he has gotten since the peculiar attack.
One read: ‘Embarrassed what’s more, stunned that George Gallowaywas ambushed at our university.’
Another said: ‘Cowardly assault not as it were on him,but free speech. Happy he shrugged it off what’s more, continued.’
A representative told the Mirror: ‘George Galloway has reached the police as to the incident.
‘It’s presently a police matter.’

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