British ‘Karen’ Claims Victim Status After People Avoid Her For Being Maskless

Screengrab / @LaraCrabb / Twitter

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Lara Crabb said she had “never felt so uncomfortable inside a shop in my life" while shopping mask-free.

Twitter user Lara Crabb posted a video on Friday lamenting that people avoided her “like the plague” as she shopped mask-free at the grocery store.

In a video posted to the social media platform, Crabb said people pushed their shopping carts around her as though she was “some big obstruction.”

“You can sort of see in people’s eyes what they’re thinking when they see you without a mask,” she said. “It’s so sad that it’s come to this.”

Crabb said she had “never felt so uncomfortable inside a shop in my life,” but added that the staff were “amazing.” The store posted a sign saying masks are mandatory, but Crabb said no one asked her why she wasn’t wearing one.

Crabb said she would keep viewers posted as she headed to another store mask-free.

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