5G Tower Set On Fire In Birmingham Following Fake Claims 5G Linked To Coronavirus

It’s started.

It looks like some people are really taking this 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory seriously as a 70ft EE phone mast was torched in Birmingham the other night.

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As reported by Birmingham Live,  firefighters were called to the EE structure ‘well alight’ on Spring Road in Tyseley at 8.18pm last night:

More worrying still, here are some of the comments under the video:

Fortunately, there are still some people out there with brains:

Somehow I don’t think this will be the only incident of its kind as the 5G conspiracy theory spreads around Whatsapp and social media, with few actually looking into why the theory makes little sense. As a couple of those Tweets point out, people are dropping dead of coronavirus everywhere, even in countries without 5G, and you get more radiation off items in your own home every day than you would from any 5G tower.

Like I say though, feels like this lot in Brum may have started a trend. Let’s wait and see how it plays out.

To watch the most annoying woman in the world berate a crew of workers in East London for laying 5G cables, click HERE.


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