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Bruce Willis bounced from pharmacy for refusing to wear facemask

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Iconic Hollywood actor, Bruce Willis, was chased out of a Los Angeles-area Rite-Aid pharmacy for refusing to wear a facemask.

Page Six reported that the Die Hard actor, who had a bandana on his neck and could have easily used as a makeshift mask, left the store in the LA County (the epicentre of the coronavirus crisis in California) without purchasing anything.

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The report added that a Rite-Aid staff asked him to leave after “people inside the store became upset that Willis, 65, wasn’t wearing a mask.”

Bruce Willis seen not wearing a mask inside of a Rite Aid pharmacy | BACKGRID

Following the report, the Red actor has since released a statement to People Magazine, saying it was a mistake, and encouraging people to continue to wear their face masks.

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“It was an error in judgment,” said Willis. “Be safe out there everyone and let’s continue to mask up.”

 





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