After being harassed, a P.E.I. suffered an act of vandalism

After being harassed, a bar in Î.-P.-É suffered an act of vandalism

< p class="e-p">The brewery recently hosted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The Lone Oak microbrewery has opened its doors on November 29, 2019.

A Prince Edward Island bar's delivery truck, which recently hosted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, was vandalized over the weekend.

The Lone Oak Brewing Company posted photos on its Facebook page on Saturday of the vehicle with its windshield cracked at two points of impact.

The Bar officials say they are taking the necessary steps to ensure the safety of its employees. Police have been made aware of the incident.

The act of vandalism comes on the heels of harassment the bar suffered after the establishment posted photos of a visit by Justin Trudeau in late July.

Jared Murphy, co-owner and CEO of Lone Oak Microbrewery speaks to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his visit to PEI of Prince Edward.

In particular, people have left negative and vulgar comments on the phone or in their mailbox.

The bar said that a photos posted had been removed due to sexual comments directed at staff.

The Prime Minister's Office issued a statement condemning the threats and violence against the bar, calling them unacceptable. He finds it heartening to see that the community has supported the business by speaking out against the attacks.

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