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Store Worker Cuts Hole In Her Face Mask For Easy Breathing

Viewed 4.2million times with users in astonishment over woman’s ignorance!

A supermarket clerk was left started by a customer who had cut open a hole in her pandemic facemask mainly because it makes it very much easy to breathe.

Joe Samaan, working his shift at an SJ Food Mart outside of Lexington, Kentucky turned to attend to a woman who intended paying for gas. Unlike the hundreds of customers Joe has attended to, the hole in this woman’s protective facemask did catch his attention.

Joe Samaan, a store clerk was left started by a customer who had cut open a hole in her pandemic facemask mainly because it makes it very much easy to breathe

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Leaving her mouth and nose exposed, the video shows the woman walking towards the counter and asking: ‘Hi, please can I get 10 on pump one? Joe attended to the woman’s request before asking in return: ‘Where did you get your mask from?

She responded: ‘Since we have to wear them and it makes my breathing difficult, this cut off makes it much easier to breathe. Amazed by her reply, Joe added: ‘Cutting it? The woman nods in accordance.

Joe Samaan, working his shift at an SJ Food Mart outside of Lexington, Kentucky turned to attend to a woman who intended paying for gas

‘Sure, I will definitely do that too. A big thanks for the advice, Joe said as the woman left the store. The uploaded clip has, however, been viewed 4.2million times with internet users commenting in astonishment at the woman’s ignorance.  

On the other hand, the United States for Disease Control and Prevention has urged all Americans to put on facemasks in public gatherings in order to reduce the spread of the deadly virus. The figure of Kentucky’s new COVID-19 cases has increased by over 253, bringing the state’s total to 5,130.

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