A man reportedly punched a 17-year-old worker in the face at the Sesame Place theme park in Pennsylvania after the employee told him masks were required on the premises.
The suspect is still wanted for Sunday’s assault at the theme park located about 30 minutes outside Philadelphia in Langhorne, WCAU reported, citing police.
The man, believed to be between the ages of 20 and 30, was with a woman when the teen worker let him know about the park’s mask policy.
Later in the day, the man ran into the teen again at the Captain Cookie’s High C’s Adventure ride and socked him in the face, police said.
The teen required surgery on Monday to injuries he sustained to his jaw, the report said. The worker also sustained tooth damage from the blow.
The suspect and the woman fled the park in a car that was registered in New York.
Source: New York Post
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