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Noel Gallagher refuses to wear a face mask despite British law


Noel Gallagher has revealed that despite UK restrictions to minimize the spread of the coronavirus, he has refused to wear a face mask – and has even chartered a private jet to avoid wearing PPE.

Wearing a cover over the nose and mouth is required by law in all shops, supermarkets and public transport, with the exception of those with illnesses and children under the age of 11.

Noel, 53, explained how long he had to dodge with a mask, noting that he and five friends had traveled on a private plane so they wouldn't be marched around the airport and told what to do.

Breach of the law: Noel Gallagher has announced that he has refused to wear face masks despite the UK minimizing restrictions on the spread of the coronavirus (see February).

He told The Sun, "There were six of us and we thought we'd go to Heathrow and march around and find out what to do."

“So we took the private jet and it was very pleasant.

“I don't do this often because they're expensive for what they are, but because they have to get on a plane in a mask. I just said "F *** it".

During a recent interview on The Matt Morgan podcast, Noel stated, “Listen to me, it's not a law. Too much freedom is being taken from us now. & # 39;

The Oasis star recalled a time when he asked to speak to a store manager when an employee asked him to put on a protective mask.

& # 39; I don't give f ** k. I don't wear one, and if I get the virus, it's me, no one else. If all the other c *** s are wearing a mask I won't catch them, and if I have them they won't catch them for me. I think it sucks, & # 39; he said.

Last month, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that repeated refusals to wear a face mask could result in a fine of up to £ 3,200.

Currently, those who do not cover their faces can be fined £ 100 – or £ 50 if they pay within 14 days.

Undermining the rules: The 53-year-old musician said in Matt Morgan's podcast: "Too much freedom is being taken away from us now" (picture in February).

Undermining the rules: The 53-year-old musician said in Matt Morgan's podcast: "Too much freedom is being taken away from us now" (picture in February).

"If I get the virus, it's me, nobody else": The Oasis star recalled a time when he asked to speak to a manager when an employee asked him to put on a mask (Fig 2019).

A second time caught without a mask, a fine of £ 200 will be imposed, with each repetition doubling to a maximum of £ 3,200.

The rock star thought about another break the rules and declared, "I was in Manchester the other day and some guy is leaving." Can you put your mask on because the transport police will get in and punish you? a thousand pounds. But you don't have to put it on when you eat. & # 39;

"So I said," Oh right, this killer virus sweeping through the train is going to come and attack me, but see me eat a sandwich and leave him, he's having lunch? "

A few weeks ago, his estranged brother Liam shared his thoughts on the matter when he tweeted, "May disagree, but it must be done that it is a crime to hide that face." (sic)

Coughing or sneezing without a face covering exposes viewers to at least 10,000 times more droplets, scientists claim.

It is believed that droplets – large particles that fall on the floor and land on surfaces – are the main drivers of Covid-19 transmission.

The scientists conducted a series of experiments using real people and life-size mannequins hooked up to a machine that simulates cough and speech.

Different Attitude: A few weeks ago, his estranged brother Liam shared his thoughts on the matter when he tweeted, "May not, but it must be done because it is a crime to hide that face." (sic)

Different Attitude: A few weeks ago, his estranged brother Liam shared his thoughts on the matter when he tweeted, "May not, but it must be done because it is a crime to hide that face." (sic)

They compared the number of droplets that landed on a surface in front of a person who was coughing and talking with and without a mask or basic covering.

The results suggest that a person standing two meters away from someone who is coughing without a mask will be exposed to 10,000 times more droplets than someone standing half a meter away wearing a simple single-layer mask.

According to the researchers, "not a single droplet" was emitted from volunteers wearing surgical masks. They said even a simple cotton mask was "hugely effective".

To further contain the virus, Boris introduced the "six person rule" on Monday, which means that no more than six people are allowed to gather in England – with a few exceptions, including school attendance, work or the "extraordinary" Life "include events".

Violating these new restrictions will result in a £ 100 fine doubling to £ 3,200 for each incident.

In June, singer Liam, 47, revealed him postponed his wedding because he did not want to protect his face while taking his vows.

The rocker was due to marry longtime girlfriend Debbie Gwyther in Italy this summer.

He insisted in March that their big day would continue even after the land was completely closed.

Speaking to Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2, he said, "It has now been postponed until next year because I think we had to wear masks and stuff and I'm not getting married with a mask."

The Wall Of Glass hitmaker suggested Debbie while on vacation on the Amalfi Coast in August 2019

Rearranged: In June, singer Liam, 47, announced he had postponed his wedding to Debbie Gwyther because he didn't want to protect his face while taking his vows (pictured 2018).

Rearranged: In June, singer Liam, 47, announced that he had postponed his wedding to Debbie Gwyther because he didn't want to protect his face while taking his vows (pictured 2018).

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