Nigel Farage is pelted with wet cement and coffee cup in ANOTHER attack as he campaigns in Barnsley


Nigel Farage was pelted with wet cement and a coffee cup as he took an open-top bus tour during his campaign in Barnsley town centre.

It is only a week after the 60-year-old was doused in milkshake by an OnlyFans model in Clacton, Essex, while campaigning for the general election.


Dramatic footage shows a man in a red hoodie scooping up handfuls of cement from a worksite before pelting them at the Reform leader. 

He is seen being pulled away by construction workers to chants of ‘scum’.

Mr Farage had just addressed supporters before being interrupted by a crowd of demonstrators and warned by police not to get off the bus before the incident happened. 

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Nevertheless, South Yorkshire Police has confirmed arrest of the a 28-year-old attacker on suspicion of public order.

‘We have arrested a 28-year-old man on suspicion of public order offences following disorder in Barnsley town centre today,’ the force said. 

‘It is believed that the man threw objects from a nearby construction area.

‘A suspect was quickly detained and remains in police custody.’

Nigel has since thanked South Yorkshire Police, adding: ‘I will not be bullied or cowed by a violent left-wing mob who hate our country. These people want to stop my election campaign. That’s never going to happen.’

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