Articles Tagged with face mask

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A Florida man was charged when he reportedly hit an Uber driver after trying to enter the vehicle without a face mask and being told that he would not be permitted.

In the early morning hours on October 27, 30-year-old Christopher Vacha reportedly put in a request for an Uber to pick him up at an apartment building in Treasure Island.

The driver fulfilling the Seminole man’s ride order arrived at the pick-up location, and Vacha reportedly walked up to the vehicle without a face mask.

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An unmasked Florida man is facing charges for allegedly assaulting an elderly man shopping at a gas station convenience store due to a disagreement over social distancing protocol.

On the evening of September 8, a 24-year-old man and a 70-year-old man were both frequenting the Citgo gas station convenience store.

The elderly man noticed that the younger shopper was not wearing a face covering, and he assessed the distance between the two was much closer than the 6-foot protocol meant to protect against the possible spread of COVID-19.

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A Pennsylvania man is facing charges after he allegedly bombarded the manager of a grocery store with boxes of frozen pizza.

Just after 3:00 pm on August 13, a man visited the Giant Eagle Supermarket and Pharmacy located at the Logan Towne Centre shopping mall in Altoona.

When the man went inside the grocery store, he was reportedly not wearing a face mask, as is required for anyone in the establishment.

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When a man who claimed he might have COVID-19 was caught allegedly coughing on food and goods at Walmart, he was arrested and charged with felonies for the accusation.

On the evening of July 19, a man reportedly entered a Walmart in Spartanburg, South Carolina with the purported intent of returning items he purchased at a different location.

The man was reportedly told that the store would not be able to complete the transaction for him, and he was allegedly highly dissatisfied with the decision.

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A woman shopping at a Big Y market allegedly spat at another customer who refused to follow the arrows showing that the aisles have currently been limited to one-way entry after he ignored her for asking him to comply.

As a response to the current COVID-19 outbreak, several establishments have implemented extra precautions to ensure the safety of their patrons. Many stores have marked their floors with arrows instructing people to only go one direction down each aisle to curtail unnecessary possible exposure through crowding of the shoppers.

Late in the afternoon on May 18, 40-year-old Martine Shanchuk was shopping at the Big Y Market in Sandy Hook, Connecticut.

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Two men reportedly refusing to wear face coverings while vising a Los Angeles Target store allegedly assaulted one of the security guards as they were being ejected from the premises.

On May 1, at a Target in Van Nuys, two men were reported as walking into the store without anything covering their faces, which is against the current store policy put in place in compliance with the mayor’s Safer at Home order.

According to the Los Angeles’ “Safer at Home Emergency Order,” the places that are currently open can refuse service to those without coverings who enter their establishments since the order specifies that all visitors “must wear face coverings over their noses and mouths.”

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A New Jersey man was taken into custody on two separate occasions on the same day after he allegedly entered two different Wawa locations without a face mask and reportedly threatened to harm the people inside.

70-year-old Stephen Breza lives in Toms River, New Jersey.

Last Saturday morning, Breza allegedly went to a Wawa convenience store without a mask covering his face.

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