A customer who had cut open a hole in her pandemic facemask had left a supermarket clerk starting mainly because it makes breathing very easy.
Joe Samaan, working his shift outside Lexington at an SJ Food Mart, turned to look after a woman who intended to pay for gas. Unlike Joe’s hundreds of clients, the hole in the protective facemask of this woman caught his attention.
Joe Samaan, a shop clerk left a customer who had opened a hole in her pandemic facemask mainly because it makes breathing very easy.
The video shows the woman walking towards the counter, leaving her mouth and nose exposed and asking: ‘Hey, can I get 10 on pump one, please? Until asking in return Joe attended the woman’s request: ‘Where did you get your mask from?
She answered: ‘Because we’ve got to wear them, and it makes my breathing tough, this cut off makes breathing much easier. Surprised by her response, Joe added: ‘Cut it down? The woman nods in agreement.
Joe Samaan, working his shift outside Lexington at an SJ Food Mart, Kentucky turned to attend a woman who planned to pay for gas ‘Yeah, I’ll certainly do that too. Joe said a big thank you for the advice, as the woman left the shop. However, the posted clip has been viewed 4.2million times with Internet users commenting on the woman’s ignorance in astonishment.
The United States for Disease Control and Prevention, on the other hand, has urged all Americans to wear facemasks at public events to minimize the spread of the deadly virus. The number for the latest COVID-19 cases in Kentucky has risen by more than 253, taking the sum of the state to 5,130.