BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The competition today is fierce for Boca Rudeton™. In the latest entry just submitted, the man seen above — according to the entrant — refused to wear a mask in the Publix near Woodfield Country Club (Regency Publix) as he shopped. When customers asked him to wear a mask, he — according to the entrant — screamed his refusal.
Publix continues to say one thing about enforcing rules regarding dogs — and masks — and often does something else. There was no immediate comment from Publix about this incident. It’s unclear if law enforcement was called.
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