Udupi: Bus passengers throw out 2 for refusing to wear mask
Team Udayavani, Jul 1, 2020, 1:26 PM IST
Udupi: Two passengers who boarded a bus here were thrown out by other passengers after they refused to wear masks.
The incident took place on a Udupi-Kundapur bus.
After the two passengers got into the bus without a mask, other passengers, seeing this, brought it to the notice of the conductor.
The two did not wear masks even after being told by the conductor and dared the conductor to do whatever he wants but they won’t wear masks.
Seeing this, the other passengers quarrelled with the two and forced them to get out of the bus.
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