An anti-masker in Georgia refused to leave a UPS store in a series of ridiculous videos going viral.
TikTok user @asapvick posted three videos to the platform this week, which she appears to have recorded while a customer at UPS herself.
As the footage begins, the anti-masker is already trying her best to ignore the employee repeatedly asking her to wait outside as she just continues telling him that she is picking up packages at the store.
Like many businesses, UPS storefronts currently have policies in place that requires people to wear masks and limits the number of customers in the store at once. These rules are clearly marked at their locations, and often involve social distancing stickers on the ground as well, which seems to be the case in this scenario.
Early on, the woman realizes @asapvick is recording and tells her to “shut down” her phone.
“This is a private residence, and actually, I am restricting your recording, and so therefore, you are not allowed to do this,” she tells her.
“This is nobody’s residence,” the employee responds.
Additional employees jump in to ask the woman to leave as @asapvick asks where her mask is. The woman insists she’s “not a conformer” and demands to know why other people are wearing masks.
The woman continues to be aggressively rude, lie about being six feet away from other customers, and demand to be helped despite the employees telling her they can’t make that happen until she goes outside.
“I have packages here that were delivered to me, so this is my right. This is my private property,” she says, appearing to reference the storefront again.
The videos take a sudden turn as the third immediately cuts to outside the store, where the woman is surrounded by multiple police officers.
“How can you criminally trespass somebody or block somebody from criminally trespassing?” she screams.
It’s a wild ride from start to finish, and as serious and detrimental as the continued insistence of anti-maskers to refuse to participate in society in a civilized manner is, the internet still had a few laughs at her expense.
It’s unclear if the woman ultimately got arrested or was allowed to go back home, but if it was the latter, hopefully, she eventually realized that “home” was not the UPS store simply because she said otherwise.