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South African woman whips off her underwear and uses it as a make-shift mask

South African woman whips off her THONG and uses it as a make-shift mask after being warned about having no face covering by supermarket staff

  • The unidentified woman was filmed at a Pick n Pay supermarket in South Africa 
  • Security guard asked her to use face mask but she claimed she did not have one
  • She was threatened with removal from store before removing thong to use

This is the moment a female shopper whipped off her underwear to use as a make-shift face mask after being warned by staff she would not be served without one.

The unnamed woman was filmed at a Pick n Pay supermarket in South Africa after a security guard asked her to put on a face mask.

She claimed that she did not have one but, after threatening to remove her from the supermarket, the woman reached under her dress and whipped off her thong to use instead.

In the clip, the woman can be seen standing in a long Paisley-print dress and sandals as she waits at the checkout queue.

A female security guard walks slowly toward her before the pair exchange words.

Suddenly the disgruntled shopper bends over and reaches her hand up her dress to reach her underwear.

She tugs at it before slipping the black thong off her feet and placing it instead over her face.

Other shoppers look on in astonishment as one shouts: ‘What’s going on?’

The confusion continues as the shopper sticks a thumbs up in the guards direction and asks: ‘Happy?’

The unnamed woman was filmed at a Pick n Pay supermarket in South Africa as she whipped off her underwear and used it as a make-shift mask

The disgruntled shopper bends over and reaches her hand up her dress to reach her underwear

She tugs at it before slipping the black thong off her feet and placing it instead over her face

The disgruntled shopper bends over and reaches her hand up her dress to reach her underwear. She then tugs at it before slipping the black thong off her feet and placing it instead over her face

The guard begins to radio someone on her radio as the shopper next in line wades into the debate.

She waves her arms to the side and says: ‘Well personally I find it acceptable, it is a mask…

‘And quite frankly I think the bacteria on your knickers is less than on the mask.’

She repeats herself once again before she begins clapping and says: ‘Well done to you. Brilliant.’  

But not everyone shared the same view as they criticised the woman for not following the face mask rules in the first place. 

sathe shopper sticks a thumbs up in the guards direction and asks: 'Happy?'

The confusion continues as the shopper sticks a thumbs up in the guards direction and asks: ‘Happy?’

The video has since gone viral onFacebook where one user wrote: ‘Stay at home and do online shopping if you don’t like the idea of wearing a mask.’

Another netizen commented: ‘This makes me sick. She is aware of the law worldwide. We have a serious virus and (she thinks) a G-string will save her… 

‘Come on grow up. What must your family think?’ 

In December 2020, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa stressed that not wearing a face mask in public was a criminal offence.

He said: ‘A person who does not wear a mask could be arrested and prosecuted. 

‘On conviction, they will be liable to a fine or to imprisonment for a period not exceeding six months or to both a fine and imprisonment.’

Coronavirus regulations in South Africa

The current guidance in South Africa states that:

  • There is a curfew between 11pm and 4am
  • Everyone, excluding children under the age of six years old and those who are exempt, is legally required to wear a face mask when in public and may face a fine or imprisonment for breaking this rule  
  • Every business premises – including but not limited to supermarkets, shops, grocery stores, produce markets and pharmacies – are subject to a limitation of 50 per cent of the floor space, which includes customers and employees
  • People need to observe a distance of at least one and a half metres from one another

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