Bruce Willis Apologizes for Not Wearing a Mask After He Was Asked to Leave a Store in L.A. | "It Was an Error in Judgment"

Bruce Willis Apologizes for Not Wearing a Mask After He Was Asked to Leave a Store in L.A. | "It Was an Error in Judgment"

After the actor was asked to leave the store, he left without making his purchase.

Rumer Willis, daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, was pretty shaken up last year after she came in contact with a person who is believed to have been infected with the novel coronavirus.

The 32-year-old actress took to her Instagram to give some advice to people who refuse to wear a mask. In her Instagram story, she wrote, "It's not up for discussion anymore! I don't really care what you want to do for yourself but for others WEAR A DAMN MASK!"


"I was exposed to covid today because someone didn't feel the need to speak up about symptoms or wear a mask and I'm gonna be honest I'm pretty freaked out and angry," continued The House Bunny star. "It's not that difficult to be a decent human being and protect yourself and others," according to People. Her rant came months after she, along with her two sisters and mother, spoke about how to deal with social distancing and solitude during the pandemic.

However, looks like her father didn't read his daughter's advice because reportedly, Bruce Willis was asked to leave a Los Angeles Rite Aid on Monday, January 11, after he refused to wear a mask, as per a source of Page Six. The source revealed that people inside the store were not happy when they saw the 65-year-old without a mask even though he was wearing a bandanna around his neck. The Die Hard actor left the store without making any purchase.


The actor then spoke to People, regretting his actions, and said, "It was an error in judgment. Be safe out there everyone and let's continue to mask up." Los Angeles has reported over 10,000 deaths from the virus as it is a hot spot. The actor spent most of the lockdown with his ex-wife Demi Moore and their children Scout, Rumer, and Tallulah in Idaho.

The picture of the encounter started making rounds on the internet and the people didn't hesitate to criticize the actor and his actions. While some of them called him an "idiot" for being maskless, others called him a "clown." One wrote, “EVERYBODY has to Die hard, Bruce??”


While another person gave a Shakespearean reference and wrote, “Et tu Bruce?”


Reality TV star Spencer Pratt tweeted, "Really bout that 'Die Hard' brand." There were some creative heads among the criticizers who wrote, “Die Hard 5. Die Alone on a Vent." Some even discussed why Bruce did not use the bandanna around his neck and penned, “But he has the damn scarf around his neck? WTF? Disappointed but, not really a fan."


Probably, this would be the last time the actor stepped out of his house without a mask, or maybe next time, he would use the bandanna!







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