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City Of Toronto Worker Caught Cheering For Protestors At Adamson BBQ (VIDEO)

The City has launched an "internal review."
City Of Toronto Employee Caught Cheering For Anti-Maskers In His Work Truck (VIDEO)

This week, protestors, patrons, media, and police have gathered at Adamson Barbecue, an Etobicoke restaurant that has defied lockdown orders to host indoor dining.

On Tuesday, a City of Toronto employee was seen supporting the demonstration in a company vehicle.

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The City employee can be seen fist-bumping a man named Kevin J. Johnston who, according to the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, is a Calgary mayoral candidate who has been charged with hate speech for Islamophobic comments.

Editor's Choice: Police Stormed Adamson BBQ Early This Morning & Locked It Up (VIDEO)

Next, a man with a sign reading "Covidism is communism to slavery!" can be seen reaching into the truck while the City employee gives a thumbs up.

The City of Toronto confirmed to Narcity that the individual is indeed a City employee and that an internal review has been launched.

"The employee in the video was not part of the incident at the restaurant, nor is he a bylaw officer," they said.

It remains unclear whether the employee was on-shift at the time.

Despite police changing the locks on Adamson Barbecue's doors Thursday morning, owner Adam Skelly has vowed to open his doors for lunch once again.

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