Brawls broke out in supermarket aisles across England today as shoppers confronted other customers for not wearing masks, while staff at a McDonald’s kicked out diners for not covering their faces. Senior police figures urged retailers to enforce the new laws forcing customers to wear face masks in all shops, stations, banks and post offices, but there was confusion across the country with different businesses having different policies on coverings. Sainsbury’s, Asda, Co-Op and Costa Coffee are among the firms saying they would not police the coronavirus rules, which also require people to cover their faces in all transport hubs, shopping centres and petrol stations. McDonald’s, on the other hand, are enforcing the rules, with customers in a Chelmsford, Essex branch ordered to leave for not wearing a mask. Teenagers are turned away from McDonald’s in Aintree, Liverpool, for not wearing face masks as new regulations come into force today One McDonald’s customer was denied entry to their restaurant in Aintree, Liverpool, today because she did not have a face covering After being turned away, the woman returned from her car with a disposable face mask and entered the McDonald’s in Aintree The fast food giant said takeaway customers will… Read full this story
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