Bruce Willis admits 'error of judgement' over face mask

Brenda Watkins
January 15, 2021

A Los Angeles-area Rite Aid asked actor Bruce Willis to leave the store on Sunday after he refused to wear a mask, according to Page Six and his own admission.

"It was an error in judgment", Willis told People magazine. Doesn't he know you "Die Hard" when CoViD-19 takes away your ability to breath? Wearing masks in public places and sticking to social distancing rules has proven to be a challenge for a few people over the a year ago. More than 10,000 people have died from Covid-19 in Los Angeles County alone.

Face masks are required in most all establishments throughout the country to prevent the spread of coronavirus in humans. After other shoppers complained to store managers, Willis was asked to either put on a mask or leave.

Bruce says that everyone should "continue to mask up", especially with the health crisis in California that reached 2 million coronavirus cases, and 930,000 in Los Angeles County.

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Hollywood star Bruce Willis was recently criticised by netizens for not wearing a mask in public. He also has a scarf around his neck, but it's unclear if that could have acted as a face covering if he pulled it up.

In the early days of the pandemic, the actor raised some eyebrows when he quarantined with ex-wife Demi Moore and their children at the family's home in Idaho.

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. Taking to her Instagram Stories, the 32-year-old stated: "It's not up for discussion anymore!"

"Just watch people f-ing dying so they can see the cost of their selfishness", said Hickel.

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