Stanley Johnson caught breaching Covid-19 rules again
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Boris Johnson's father has been spotted breaching coronavirus rules for the fourth time after he took the London underground without wearing a face covering.
The Independent reports that Johnson boarded a tube train in Victoria on Monday afternoon without wearing a mask - only putting on one after the individual filmed the former MEP.
Stanley Johnson was pictured not wearing a face covering on the underground in October, admitting he had "slipped up" but was "learning every day".
But it was one of a string of incidents - with Johnson caught not wearing a covering in a London shop and at a Greek airport.
"I saw him walking towards me and the open carriage still not wearing a mask, so I decided to capture him on video," an eye witness said.
He added: “I think he saw me with my phone in my hand and decided then to put his mask on.”
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A Number 10 spokesperson told the newspaper: “The prime minister has been clear that everyone must follow the guidance on hands face space to limit the transmission of the virus.”
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