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Security Guard Helpless As Man Carrying A Mask Walks Into The Mall And Teases Him


As a result of the government's decision to eliminate all Covid-19 regulations, the people of South Africa are both elated and relieved.

Joe Phaahla, South Africa's minister of health, has declared an end to the restriction on public meetings and the elimination of the necessity for masks indoors.

Thousands of social media users have taken to various platforms to discuss what they are doing with their masks. Some are burning them, while others are simply discarding them.

In instance, one man's trip to the mall while wearing a mask has had the general public in stitches. He showed it to the security guard at the entrance, went inside, returned, and then showed it to the guard again.

Then he stomped on it and tossed it aside before returning inside. The guard was helpless and could only watch while the stranger teased him.

The security guard, who had the authority to tell the man to put the mask back on and stop polluting, instead stood by and did nothing.

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The public believes that security guards abused their rights and gave them attitude when they weren't wearing their masks properly, and while they feel bad for the guards who might lose their jobs, they are relieved that they no longer have to wear masks and sanitize their hands when they enter shopping centers.


The "long-term flu" that has been plaguing the population appears to be the fifth wave. Humans have developed natural immunity and stopped using masks well before the laws were relaxed, signaling the end of Covid-19.

The fact that they no longer had to pay a fee for not wearing a mask in public has prompted their first round of jubilation. Since security personnel at the mall can no longer enforce shoppers' compliance with health guidelines, hopefully they will be assigned elsewhere to preserve peace and order.


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