Tommy Robinson has milkshake thrown over him during Warrington visit
Robinson has again been targeted with milkshake
Tommy Robinson was covered in milkshake during his visit to Warrington on Thursday.
Footage shows the former EDL leader, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, in discussion with a man - named by reports as Danyal Mahmud - in the Cheshire town's centre.
Mahmud can be seen holding a McDonald's milkshake throughout the conversation before eventually throwing it over Robinson.
Robinson appears to retaliate by attempting to punch Mahmud, before someone else - seemingly the person filming the footage -shouts "That's what you get for being a fascist."
"I was in Warrington for a meeting and afterwards was on my way home," Mahmud is quoted as saying by Asian Image. "I had to pass this group of people."
"He (Tommy Robinson) just kept coming to me and talking to me. I kept moving location. I was the only Asian guy there.
"I said to him I do not wish to speak to you on or off camera. I just got annoyed with him. A milk shake ‘slipped’ out of my hand.
"I had no intention of doing anything or reacting in any way. But he kept talking. I feel a bit shaken up and shocked to be honest."
36-year-old Robinson is hoping to become the MEP for North West England and is in the region as part of his campaign.
This incident in Warrington comes after someone threw milkshake at him while he was in Bury earlier in the week.