The man was finally forced out of the store after a second employee stepped in
An elderly entitled man decided to enter Walmart without using a mask, only to be stopped by a store employee at the front door reports NewsHub. The employee had hs armed stretched out to prevent him from entering but the old man was having none it. He instead decided to shove him. He did it with such force that he fell himself. Undeterred though, he made his way into the shop as the employee jumped in front of him to stop him from going further. Nevertheless, he continued on to an aisle with the employee following him and asking him to wear a mask as "everybody has got to wear a mask."
Meanwhile, the person who filmed the video laughed as he stated: "You gotta wear a mask bro, you gotta wear a mask." Finally, it took a second store employee to make the man leave the store.
We have higher cases in palm beach and they’re optional. Which annoys me.— itsmecolleen 💁🏻♀️😷 (@colleen58151346) June 22, 2020
Needless to say, this video soon went viral with over two million views, 20,000+ shares, and nearly 50,000 likes since it was posted on Sunday. According to local news sources, there has been another spike with almost 3,500 new cases last Thursday. It was recommended that people wear masks when in public in Orlando. It seems that this man did not get the memo.
The WHO had posted advice on when and when not to wear facemasks. Walmart will require all 1.5 million of its employees to wear face masks and also encourage customers to do the same while shopping. "We will begin requiring that associates wear masks or other face coverings at work. This includes our stores, clubs, distribution and fulfillment centers, as well as in our corporate offices. We’ll also be encouraging customers and members to wear face coverings when they shop with us. Whether at work or elsewhere, practice six feet of social distancing whenever possible. Regularly wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds. And if you have a temperature of 100 degrees or higher, stay home," said Walmart US CEO John Furner and Sam's Club CEO Kath McLay in a memo.