Anthony Pium Wiki
Hotel Quarantine guest stopped by security while running desperate for freedom
A 30-year-old man tried to escape from a quarantine hotel this morning after claiming to be “under pressure”. Anthony Pium went on a hunger strike at the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel near London Heathrow, where he prevented security guards from leaving. His father told the staff “I understand my laws,” and insisted they take him out of the front entrance for “air.” When an employee tried to stop him, he said, ‘Boss, are you pushing me? Are you feeling good? Don’t attack me. Don’t get in my way, I’m getting fresh air. ‘
Mr. Pium, from Leyton in East London, told staff to take ‘social distance’ from him and added: ‘By law, you are blocking my way. Am I being arrested? I didn’t sign anything so I’m not required. If you touch me everyone will be sued. It will be a civilized affair for all of you. You know I’ll call my guys here now. Would you like me to make a phone call? ‘According to the new quarantine rules introduced on Monday, people returning from high-risk places to the UK from the’ red list ‘have to isolate them in a hotel for 10 days at a cost of £ 1,750. .
Passengers must complete a passenger finder form to show their whereabouts prior to their arrival and to show a £ 10,000 fine, 10 years in prison, or both. Staff can decide when guests are permitted to exercise outside, fresh air or smoking, and they will be accompanied by security. However, the workers at Radisson Blu explained to Mr. Pium that no one was allowed to exit the front entrance. Mr. Pium says he only filled out the passenger finder form, as he will be “allowed to return to the UK” after returning from Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he works for travel agency Sky Fly Travel.
He says he wrote “under pressure” on the document and deliberately provided the details of a bank account with only £ 17 in it, so that the £ 1,750 payment would be denied. Arsenal fan told MailOnline: “I just wanted to go back to the country, quarantine at home and see my eight-year-old son, and I really miss him.” I was imprisoned under pressure. They try to offer me processed food that I haven’t eaten. “Someone cut a chicken tikka salad unlike a chicken tikka salad, and I refused to eat it. I am on a hunger strike. I will not touch any of the food they give me. They have to get me out of here.”
Mr. Pium said he was sure it was not coronavirus when taking the test before leaving, it is a requirement. But regardless of this, people staying at one of the UK’s quarantine hotels must take two tests, one on the second day and the other on the eighth day. Mr. Puim says he hopes to get legal aid to help him get out of the hotel and says he has “a job to lead” and a “life to live”. Previously, he raised a message on his laptop for the media to see, saying: “I was kept out of my will here. They lost my suitcase. ‘I have nothing. I have no condition. I told them that I could not breathe. The police told the doctor that I could not leave without an exemption note. Please legal assistance. Or send something else. Thank you. ”Another message he showed said:“ I’m held against my will. No clothes, no essentials, and I didn’t eat. “