Married At First Sight’s Ines Basic Claims Husband Wanted To ‘Bitch’ Her For Not Wearing A Face Mask

Married At First Sight’s Ines Basic claims a man wanted to ‘pound on’ her at her local mall for not wearing a face mask – but the reality star says she’s ‘medically cleared’

Ines Basic has described a verbal altercation with a man in a Queensland shopping center who objected to her not wearing a face mask indoors.

The 31-year-old Married At First Sight star shared a series of videos on Instagram Stories on Tuesday, claiming the stranger wanted to “pound” her.

“I was almost beaten up in the shop by a man who was a construction worker, so I assume he is under threat or fear that construction in Queensland will stop because Sydney has,” she explained.

Fight: Ines Basic (pictured) has described a verbal altercation with a man in a Queensland shopping center who objected to her not wearing a face mask indoors

“He came up to me and kept going, and I thought he was going to bash me. I waited for him to knock me down completely so I could fight him back in the middle of the mall. What’s wrong with people?’

Ines told her fans she has a medical exemption and is not required to wear a mask, despite Queensland’s mask mandate.

“I don’t wear a mask because I’m exempt from wearing a mask because I got nosebleeds and was so very dizzy, so I have a medical exemption,” she said.

Anger: The Married At First Sight star, 31, shared a series of videos on Instagram Stories on Tuesday, claiming the stranger wanted to 'pound' her

Anger: The Married At First Sight star, 31, shared a series of videos on Instagram Stories on Tuesday, claiming the stranger wanted to ‘pound’ her

Oh no: 'I almost just got punched in the shop by a guy who was a construction worker so I assume he's under threat or fear construction in Queensland will stop because Sydney has,' she explained

Oh no: ‘I almost just got punched in the shop by a guy who was a construction worker so I assume he’s under threat or fear construction in Queensland will stop because Sydney has,’ she explained

The altercation ruined the reality star’s dinner plans.

“I really wanted a kebab and now I can’t go back to the mall in case someone beats me up,” she added.

In a later video, Ines said she believes the man had been arrested when she saw him being taken away in handcuffs by police.

Exempt: Ines told her fans she has a medical exemption and is not required to wear a mask, despite Queensland's mask mandate.

Exempt: Ines told her fans she has a medical exemption and is not required to wear a mask, despite Queensland’s mask mandate. “I don’t wear a mask because I am exempt from wearing a mask because I started having nosebleeds and was so dizzy so I have a medical exemption,” she said.

However, the alleged arrest turned out not to be the result of the collision with Ines.

“As I was leaving, I saw him, and there were two police cars in the middle of the parking lot, and he was handcuffed.

“So he must have just let his inner frustrations go everywhere, gosh!” she concluded.

Masks are currently mandatory for Queensland residents who have been in areas with Covid cases, such as Brisbane, at all times when they are outdoors.

Wild Day: In a later video, Ines said she believes the man had been arrested when she saw him being taken away in handcuffs by police

Wild Day: In a later video, Ines said she believes the man had been arrested when she saw him being taken away in handcuffs by police

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