Bruce Willis issues statement after ‘refusing’ to wear mask in Los Angeles drugstore


Bruce Willis said his decision not to wear a face mask at a drugstore in Los Angeles this weekend was “an error in judgment.”

65 year old man Die hard the actor was pictured leaving a Rite Aid store and, according to a report released by Page six, was asked to leave the premises after having “refused” to wear a mask.
“It was an error in judgment,” Willis said People in a report. “Be safe there everyone and keep hiding. ”
California’s Covid-19 death toll reached 30,000 this week, and there are currently more than two million cases in the state. It turns Disneyland into a site for mass vaccine distribution as the coronavirus outbreak overwhelms hospitals.

In a photo shared by his eldest daughter Rumer, the star was seen wearing an orange utility heated suit from the 1998 asteroid film, which he paired with black sneakers and a makeshift mask made from a bandana.
“He said it was’ His salvation on [world] outfit “(Armageddon’s),” Willis’ daughter wrote on Instagram.
She added the hashtag: “#thismanisadamnledgend.


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