We’ve all had to deal with some extra stress & bullshit in our lives these last few months thanks to the coronavirus. There’s not really much we can do about it – it’s been a difficult time for all of us.
Most of us though don’t take out our pandemic-induced frustrations by shooting at store clerks who ask us to wear a mask and then proceeding to get involved in a full-blown shootout with police. But then 35-year-old Adam Zaborowski from Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania isn’t ‘most of us’:
According to the Washington Post, Adam angrily refused when asked by the store clerk to wear a mask inside the shop. Instead he grabbed two stogies, walked to his car, pulled out a handgun and shot at the clerk.
The next day, cornered near his home, Adam fired at police with an AK-47, sparking a full-on fire fight with 7 police officers that resulted in him shot multiple times and under arrest. Was it ever going to end any other way?
So yeah, not exactly a great reaction from Adam Zaborowski when asked to wear a mask. You would think his lawyer John Walden would come up with a decent explanation/excuse for him though. Turns out he’s simply ‘not handling the pandemic well’. You don’t say…
He just wasn’t dealing well with the loss of his job, the loss of his child, just not handling the pandemic well.
I think he was getting stretched too tight.
Not to undermine what a rough time he’s having (loss of job & custody of child are obviously difficult experiences), but somehow I don’t think that explanation is going to hold up in court when you end up trying to murder a store clerk and 7 police officers for asking you to wear a mask.
Adam Zaborowski is being held on $1 million bail and faces 22 charges including attempted homicide and aggravated assault.
For the Glasgow man who pulled a gun on nightclub bouncers and got promptly dealt with, click HERE.