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Melbourne Spotlight worker 'threatened autistic man'

A Spotlight worker threatened to 'put a leash' on an autistic man when he became too loud in store, his sister has claimed.

George Jasonides, 24, who has autism, regularly visits his local Spotlight store in Melbourne.

When George went in on Monday with his carer for some blue sticky tape, his sister Natole said he was 'robbed of his basic human right.'

George Jasonides, 24, (pictured) who has autism, regularly visits his local Spotlight store in Melbourne

George Jasonides, 24, (pictured) who has autism, regularly visits his local Spotlight store in Melbourne

George's sister Natole (left) said he was 'robbed of his basic human right' (George pictured right) 

George's sister Natole (left) said he was 'robbed of his basic human right' (George pictured right) 

Natole (pictured) was furious after she heard what had happened to her brother at a Spotlight store 

Natole (pictured) was furious after she heard what had happened to her brother at a Spotlight store 

George's carer told Natole: 'I was crying in the car and George is traumatised. He's never done anything wrong in that store. I don't know her name but she told me to put a leash on him.'

Disgusted after hearing what had happened to her brother Natole took to Facebook.

'Today George was robbed of this basic human right

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