Bruce Willis speaks out after he entered a Southern California company without a face mask on Monday.
The star of Die Hard, 65, has issued a brief statement to People on Tuesday, saying the move was “an error of judgment.”
“All be safe there and let’s keep covering up,” he added.
A mask is missing: Bruce Willis speaks out after being pictured without a face mask at a Southern California corporate location on Monday
Despite the California government enacting strict rules that have been in effect for months, the Hollywood actor was pictured shopping in a Los Angeles pharmacy without wearing a face mask.
It was reported that Willis even refused to hide when he entered the RiteAid store in LA, even though he wore a scarf around his neck that could have easily pulled over his mouth and nose.
A representative for the actor at the time did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com’s request for comment, although photos clearly show that he ignored strict government guidelines as he walked around and left the store.
A report of PageSix alleges fellow buyers got upset when the Fifth Element star was seen without a face covering and left the store without making his purchase.
Speaking: The Die Hard star, 65, issued a brief statement to People on Tuesday, saying the move was ‘an error of judgment’
“Everyone be safe there and let’s continue masking,” he added; seen here in 2019
Masks are mandatory in all indoor spaces in California, while people can choose not to wear them outside as long as they are at least six feet apart.
The sighting comes after the coronavirus death toll in California has now risen above 30,000, with Los Angeles becoming the epicenter of the places worst hit by the pandemic.
Ten people test positive every minute, and residents have even been advised to wear masks in their homes, let alone when shopping and mingling with other people.
Meanwhile, Willis has made no secret of being quarantined in large groups and recently shared a rare photo with wife Emma, 42, and their two daughters Evelyn, six years old, and Mabel, eight, of age. Christmas.
His strain: it comes after Bruce shared a rare photo with wife Emma, 42, and their two daughters Evelyn, six, and Mabel, eight, over Christmas
The family wore red and black plaid pajamas as they stood outside their impressive mansion.
In her caption, Emma said she put her camera on a ladder, set a timer, and crossed her fingers.
She added ‘that’s 2020 for you’ as she said Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to her followers.
“From our party of four to yours,” Emma added. Bruce also shared the image with the same caption, tagging his ex-wife Demi Moore and the three daughters he had with her.
“We miss you,” Emma added. The modern family is very close-knit and often spends time together in Idaho.
Group Fun: Bruce also revealed he was quarantined with ex-wife Demi Moore last year along with their three adult children and friends
Cozy: Demi also shared this snap with Bruce and their crew last year
Bruce and Demi were married from 1987 to 2000. Demi shared her own Christmas photos with her children and several friends while spending time in Idaho.
Bruce’s daughter Rumer recently urged people to ‘wear a damn mask’ after being exposed to the coronavirus.
The star took to social media after coming into contact with someone who didn’t tell her they had symptoms and wasn’t wearing a face cover, which left her ‘exposed’ to the virus.
She took to her Instagram story and wrote, ‘It’s out of the question! I don’t really care what you want to do for yourself, but for others WEAR A DAMN MASK!
‘I was exposed to Covid today because someone didn’t feel the need to talk about symptoms or wear a mask and I’ll be honest, I’m quite panicked and angry. It’s not that hard to be a decent person and to protect yourself and others. (sic) ‘
Mask up: Bruce’s daughter Rumer recently urged people to “ wear a damn mask ” after being exposed to the coronavirus. The star took to social media after being in touch with someone who didn’t tell her they had experienced any symptoms