BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We remind our readers that our always loved feature Boca Rudeton™ isn’t just for the selfish, entitled Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach people who bring dogs into restaurants or supermarkets, or park their Tesla’s in three handicapped spots at once. It’s for those uneducated people who refuse to wear a mask, saying that it does nothing to prevent them from contracting COVID-19.
Facial coverings, of course, are to protect those around you.
But in true Boca style, there are lots of folks who just don’t care. We’re happy to expose them!
Please send us photos of those who refuse to do the right thing.
In a park with open space? We have no problem with that. But if it’s a shopper in a supermarket, a server in a restaurant, a worker in a gym or any other place where a facial covering should be worn, snap a pic and send it our way.
The email: news (at) bocanewsnow.com.
And to those who are offended by this, preaching that your “civil rights don’t end where someone else’s fear begins,” or that you have a “constitutional right” to the beach or play golf (you don’t, incidentally), we remind you of this: there is no expectation of privacy in a public place!
Don’t want to be seen here? Don’t be rude here.
Send your submissions to news(at)bocanewsnow.com. No need to obscure faces.
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