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‘You’re discriminating against me!’ Woman claims to be a victim after store won’t let her shop without a mask

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Another maskless person has lost her mind after being denied service because she refused to take coronavirus precautions. She claimed she had a “medical condition” that prevented her from wearing one.

The woman uploaded the video, presumably expecting sympathy, but she ultimately ended up on the sub-Reddit “Public Freakout.”

After being told she couldn’t shop without a mask, she asked for the manager.

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“OK, I need to talk to a manager,” she said.

The worker at the shop told her that they would be happy to provide her with a mask if she wanted one.

“I’m not wearing a mask,” she said.

The manager told her that he couldn’t let her in without a mask.

“OK, where are the rules and regulations that state that,” she asked.

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“Regulations?” the manager asks.

“Because you’re discriminating against me now, do you know that?”

It goes downhill from there with her demanding a business card for the owners of the store. She also filmed a diligent worker spraying down the handles of the carts to disinfect them for customers.

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