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Peel Police Are Ordering The T&T Racist To Turn Himself In Immediately

A Summons has been issued for the 48-year-old man in the video.

John McCash, it's time to turn yourself in. Peel Police have issued a summons for the man who went on a racist tirade in a T&T Supermarket in Mississauga on July 5.

UPDATE: Peel Police confirmed on Thursday that McCash turned himself in and has been charged with one count of causing a disturbance.

EARLIER: The man, who has since been identified as 48-year-old John McCash, became furious when store employees asked him to wear a mask. 

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Hate crime incidents impact our community, creating a ripple effect.


Chief Nishan Duraiappah

The full incident was caught on video and shared widely online.

In it, he told employees that they can "all die and get sick," among other offensive remarks, before storming out of the store.

A GoFundMe campaign was even launched for the employees, which has raised over $6,200 at the time of writing.

McCash is being urged to turn himself in at a Peel Police station immediately.