Say it wasn’t like that, John McClane.
Maybe Bruce Willis is “Unbreakable,” but what about the rest of us? Not so much.
PageSix reported that the actor was asked to leave Rite Aid in Los Angeles on Monday after refusing to wear a mask.
A source told the store that the shopkeeper noticed Willis was not wearing a mask and that he left without finished shopping. Willis was photographed at a rescue ceremony wearing a scarf around his neck. (But without pulling his nose and mouth)
“It was a judgmental mistake,”; Willis told PEOPLE. “Everyone’s safe and the masks continue.”
Los Angeles County is approaching one million coronavirus cases since the outbreak began. More than 12,300 people have died from COVID-19.
Willis, 65, was born in Germany and raised in Carneys Point in Salem County, a Penns Grove High School alum, worked at the Salem nuclear power plant in the Lower Alloways Creek plant and DuPont Chambers Works in Deepwater, Pennsville, later in the action hero. In the future, studied theater at Montclair State University before moving to New York.
Two-time Emmy Winner started “Moonlighting” in the ’80s before starring in “Die Hard,” “Pulp Fiction,” “The Fifth Element,” “Look Who’s Talking,” “12 Monkeys,” centered around. Around the deadly virus – “The Sixth Sense,” “Unbreakable” and “Glass”.
On social media, people have criticized and criticized Willis on his maskless shopping trip, often using the “Die Hard” theme.
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