Bruce Willis went to a Los Angeles pharmacy and was asked to leave after some customers reported him to the management for not wearing his mask during the pandemic.
The Die Hard actor was walking around the aisles of Los Angeles Rite Aid pharmacy without his mask and caused other customers to report him. An employee approached the actor and reminded him to cover his face using the green bandana he had around his neck. Instead, he left the pharmacy without buying anything.
The photos of the said incident went viral with other celebrities calling him out for not wearing a mask while the cases in L.A. County continue to rise. Dylan Minette and Spencer Pratt were among those who called him out on social media.
Jake Tapper, CNN anchor, also tweeted to address the Bruce Willis issue stating, “And you thought Hudson Hawk was bad.”
Many were surprised at Bruce’s action, after all, their family has been telling people to take the necessary health precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
His wife Emma Heming Willis shared a photo in October showing herself, Bruce, and their two children wearing masks and captioned it, “We are proud to support Sesame Workshop by wearing our @citizensofhumanity x @sesamestreet masks. The collection is designed for the whole family and benefits Sesame Workshop’s COVID-19 relief initiative, #CaringForEachOther.”
In July, Emma also took to Instagram to call out those who aren’t in favor of wearing mask. She wrote, “I wear a mask to protect myself, my family and you. Yeah, it’s annoying but what are the other options? Not many. So I’m going to wash my hands, continue to social distance and when I can’t, I’ll be #wearingadamnmask.”
Bruce seemed to have taken the virus seriously during the early days of the pandemic. He joined his ex Demi Moore and their children namely Tallulah, Scout, and Rumer at their home in Idaho.- Advertisement -
Emma and Bruce were supposed to social distance with their extended family unfortunately, they weren’t able to do so because of travel restrictions. Emma had to stay in L.A. with their daughters. However, they were able to join them in Idaho and later returned to L.A.