- The Washington Times - Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Bruce Willis appears to have had it with wearing masks while out and about in Los Angeles.

A photo of the actor walking with a bandana around his neck on Monday appeared in The New York Post, along with details provided by its source.

“People inside the store became upset that Willis, 65, wasn’t wearing a mask — despite having a bandanna tied around his neck, which he could have easily pulled up,” the newspaper reported. “We’re told the ‘Die Hard’ star, who was photographed at the store without a mask on, walked away without making his purchase.”

The incident isn’t likely to sit well with Mr. Willis‘ Hollywood peers.

Celebrity activist George Clooney recently called Americans who don’t wear a mask “dumba—” during an interview with radio host Howard Stern.

Similarly, “John McClane” may have earned himself a “p—y” reputation with actor Tom Hanks.

“Don’t be a p–y, get on with it, do your part,” Mr. Hanks said during a People magazine interview last year. “It’s very basic.”

A representative for the actor didn’t return the newspaper’s request for comment.

• Douglas Ernst can be reached at dernst@washingtontimes.com.

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