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Tourist swears at Indian policeman asking her to wear face mask

‘Nobody has corona, it doesn’t exist!’: Shocking moment tourist tells police officer she doesn’t ‘give a f***’ when asked to put on face mask in India

  • A tourist and police officer were filmed arguing over PPE in Uttarakhand, India
  • The officer had stopped the woman to issue a spot fine for not wearing a mask
  • Tourist claimed coronavirus doesn’t exist and told the officer: ‘I don’t give a f**k’

A tourist called coronavirus a myth during an argument with a police officer in India after being stopped for not wearing a face mask.

The shocking footage, recorded in Uttarakhand, India, yesterday shows the woman being stopped by an officer.

She had been stopped by the officer who was trying to give her a spot fine for not wearing PPE in a public place.

A police officer stops a tourist in Uttarakhand, India, to administer a spot fine for not wearing any PPE in a public place. The woman responds by claiming that coronavirus is a ‘myth’

At the start of the video the woman yells at the police officer: ‘I don’t have f*****g corona, I had a f*****g test!’

The officer responds and says that ‘all people have corona’ but the woman insists: ‘Nobody has corona, it doesn’t exist!’

In response, the masked officer tells the tourist: ‘This is not your country, this is not your country.’

This is only met with ‘I don’t give a f**k’ from the woman though. 

The masked officer tells the tourist: 'This is not your country, this is not your country'

This is only met with 'I don't give a f**k' from the woman though

The masked officer tells the tourist: ‘This is not your country, this is not your country.’ This is only met with ‘I don’t give a f**k’ from the woman though

The woman then turns her back on the exasperated police officer.

At the end of the video, the woman is seen trying to haggle with a man on a motorcycle to reduce the price of a lift.

To date, India has had 3,936,747 confirmed coronavirus cases and 68,472 deaths linked to the virus, according to the John Hopkins university. 

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