Former Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher is asking “f–king bulls–t” on the coronavirus pandemic.
The 53-year-old mentioned he refuses to put on a masks inside shops and on public transportation as a result of he feels the foundations are infringing on his rights.
“There are too many civil liberties being taken away from us now,” he mentioned, according to the UK’s Sun. “I went to Manchester the opposite week on the prepare and the man was like, ‘Can you set your masks on, as a result of the Transport Police are going to come back on and tremendous you £1,000? But you don’t should put it on should you’re consuming.’
“I used to be saying, ‘Oh proper, this killer virus that’s sweeping via the prepare goes to assault us however it’s going to see me having a sandwich and go, go away him, he’s having his lunch.”
The “Wonderwall” singer additionally admitted he chartered a personal jet for a trip final month so he wouldn’t should put on a masks, because the protecting masking is required on all industrial flights.
“There was six of us and we have been like, ‘F going to Heathrow and being marched round and being informed what to do,’” he mentioned. “So we glided by non-public jet and it was very nice.”
In an try to be humble, Gallagher performed down his non-public jet constitution.
“It’s not one thing I do actually because they’re costly for what they’re however the ballache of getting to get on a airplane in a masks,” he defined. “I used to be identical to, ‘F–ok it.’”