Man spotted wearing huge snake instead of face mask while in a bus

Man spotted wearing huge snake instead of face mask while in a bus

- A man in England left bus passengers in shock when he wore a huge snake around his neck

- The man flouted the directive that mandates everyone to wear face masks while taking public transport in England, and wore a snake instead

- At a point, he removed the snake from around his neck and watched the reptile wrap itself around the handrails

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A man was recently spotted by bus passengers as he wore a huge snake instead of a face mask while in a bus in Salford, England.

The reptile could be seen hanging around the man's neck as shocked passengers stared in astonishment.

When the man removed the snake from around his neck, the reptile then wrapped itself around the handrails.

A 46-year-old woman has described the incident which happened on Monday, September 14, as entertaining, Daily Mail reports.

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Legit.ng notes that woman told the Manchester Evening News: "He had it wrapped around his face like a mask getting on the bus.

Man spotted wearing huge snake instead of face mask while in a bus

The man flouted the directive that mandates everyone to wear face masks while taking public transport in England, and wore a snake instead. Photo credit: Men Media
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"At first I thought he had a really funky mask on, then he let it crawl around the handrails. No one was really bothered on the bus but a man behind took a video."

This incident happened despite the compulsory wearing of face masks while taking public transport in England.

The wearing of face mask has become the norm globally as the world battles the deadly coronavirus.

In other news, as the world continues to battle with the global pandemic, coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, many people are focused on finding new ways to stay protected while scientists continue to search for the cure.

A 20-year-old lady identified as Grace Ishicheli Kenechi left social media users buzzing following her creation.

Kenechi who is a first-class graduate of anatomy from Delta State University decided to start making face masks.

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However, Kenechi is making hers using beads. Following WHO's position on face masks which clearly states that if an individual is healthy, they only need to wear a mask if they are taking care of a person with the virus, Kenechi was inspired to make her own type of face masks.

According to her, medical experts disagree that wearing face masks protects one from getting infected.

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