By Joseph Curtis For Mailonline
Published: 15:44 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 19:21 BST, 3 May 2019
One of Tommy Robinson's supporters has been seen confiscating a milkshake as he campaigns ahead of the European elections after he was pelted with a similar drink twice in two days.
Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was out speaking to people in Middleton, Greater Manchester, when one of his associates took a McDonald's drink from a passer-by.
It came after an Asian man threw his milkshake over Robinson in Warrington, Cheshire, yesterday in an incident caught on camera, with the 36-year-old filmed repeatedly punching him in retaliation.
Today people on social media have mocked the anti-Islam campaigner and suggested carrying a milkshake is a way to 'stop him approaching you'.
An associate of Tommy Robinson was seen confiscating a milkshake, pictured, on his campaign trail in Greater Manchester today after he was pelted with a similar drink twice in two days
Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, has been campaigning ahead of the European elections in Middleton, Greater Manchester, today
Robinson was left covered in strawberry milkshake following the altercation. It covered his face and upper body
A police presence was at Robinson's rally today to ensure there was no more violence after two incidents yesterday.
Yesterday a brawl was sparked after Robinson's blue striped suit was covered in the sticky McDonald's drink.
In footage taken at the scene, Robinson - who is running as an independent to become an MEP for the North West - was seen engaged in a