A man called attention to himself when he was seen walking down central London’s ever-busy Oxford Street with only a face mask covering his body.
The man was seen on Friday, July 24, strolling without a care in the world. He had on no clothes and no shoes, save for a face mask worn around his groin like a G-string.
A Reuters photographer caught a picture of the man from an office above the most popular shopping street on Friday with only a mask to cover his nu dity, leaving passersby shocked.
Masks are now compulsory in shops up and down the country, but one man made a mockery of the new rules today by fashioning one into a G-string and strutting along Oxford Street in the nu de.
Passersby in the capital looked on bemused as the naked man confidently made his way down the road wearing nothing but the improvised thong.
Many shoppers were seen going in and out of stores on the busy street today, but this particular man, sporting only the pale blue masks and a tattoo on his back, was difficult to miss.
One man made a mockery of the new rules today by fashioning one into a G-string and strutting along Oxford Street in the nu de
The stunt came after brawls broke out in supermarket aisles across England today as shoppers confronted other customers for not wearing masks, while staff at a McDonald’s kicked out diners for not covering their faces.
Senior police figures urged retailers to enforce the new laws forcing customers to wear face masks in all shops, stations, banks and post offices, but there was confusion across the country with different businesses having different policies on coverings.
Sainsbury’s, Asda, Co-Op and Costa Coffee are among the firms saying they would not police the coronavirus rules, which also require people to cover their faces in all transport hubs, shopping centres and petrol stations.
McDonald’s, on the other hand, are enforcing the rules, with customers in a Chelmsford, Essex branch ordered to leave for not wearing a mask.
The fast food giant said takeaway customers will need to wear the masks but those who eat in the restaurant will not.
Meanwhile, customers reported seeing fights break out in supermarkets, with masked shoppers confronting those not wearing a covering.
Passersby in the capital looked on bemused as the na ked man confidently made his way down the road wearing nothing but the improvised thong