Bruce Willis, 65, was photographed without a face mask in a Rite Aid store in Los Angeles this past Monday. On Tuesday, the images of his maskless face started to trend on Twitter, and have been circulating through social media since. The image shows Willis with a bandana around his neck, so it’s confusing as to why he wouldn’t pull it up to cover his face.
According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Willis had to be asked to leave the store after he “refused” to wear a mask, which upset employees and other customers.
The actor later told People magazine, “It was an error in judgement. Be safe out there everyone and let’s continue to mask up.”
Los Angeles has been a hot-spot since the start of the outbreak, with the county nearing a million positive COVID-19 cases. It’s disappointing to see Bruce Willis have an “error in judgement” considering how long the world has been dealing with COVID-19, let alone not wearing a mask in a hot zone like Los Angeles, which has experienced over 12,000 deaths due to the deadly virus. ~Sean Olegario
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