In a trending TikTok video, a misogynist anti-masker has an in-store meltdown at a California Walgreens when a woman tells him to “shut the fuck up.”
The video was recently posted by @grace.chapman04, with the caption: "I am so sick and tired of entitled people!!! WEAR YOUR MASK!!! Don't be selfish!!!! #mask #trump #biden2020 #foryoupage."
The anti-masker, walking toward the door of the store, said to no one specifically, "Me not wearing it, meet me outside."
A woman waiting to check out told him, "Shut the f*ck up."
The misogynist turned around and asked who said it, and the woman reaffirmed her statement.
"Oh, it's a woman," he said. "Oh, it's a woman; that's what I thought. It's always a woman who mouths off. Let your mouth run some more."
"Mouthing off? You've been cussing through the whole store," she responded. "Shut your fucking mouth."
"If any man wants it, come meet me outside if you don't agree with the mask," the misogynist responded. The men in line, though, clearly didn't care about confronting him.
"I'll flick you on the head; how about that," he said to the woman.
Then the poster and videographer also told him to shut up.
His response: "Another woman, yeah."
The entire scene was both unnecessary and unusual.
As @kamrynashley_ commented on the video: "He's trying to fight random people bc he has to put on a mask???"
Others on TikTok didn't have much sympathy for the man.
"The misogyny that anti-maskers have is incredible," wrote one.
Wrote another, "'It's a woman who always mouths off' says the one who is literally throwing a temper tantrum."
Other commenters, though, agreed with the man's anti-mask stance.
"Went to Publix the other week, didn't wear my mask," one TikToker wrote. "No one said a damn thing. Wish they would have."
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