After a long period of assessment with myself, an extended evaluation duration and proper due diligence carried out with myself, Ive received the badge that I ordered from Amazon. Thank you for being there for me. #anxiety pic.twitter.com/D3bp3M7kY9— Laurence Fox (@LozzaFox) January 15, 2021
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Previously this month, Fox criticised the federal government for shutting schools, and in November he ignored lockdown guidelines by tossing a supper party.
The controversial actor has recently entered the world of politics himself, launching the Reclaim political party late in 2015 after raising large amounts from ex-Tory donors.
He states the celebration will “fight the culture wars” and “recover” British values.
Fox is the ex-husband of starlet Billie Piper, and the boy of actor James Fox and part of the Fox acting dynasty along with his sibling, Jack, and cousins, Emilia and Freddie.
Along with a selfie showing him wearing his new purchase, Fox wrote: “After an extended period of consultation with myself, a prolonged review duration and appropriate due diligence conducted with myself, Ive received the badge that I purchased from Amazon. Thank you for being there for me.”
Fox signed off his post with the hashtag “stress and anxiety”.
The yellow and blue laminated badge, used on a green lanyard, checks out: “I am exempt from wearing a face covering”.
Smaller sized print below also reads: “Be kind. Keep your distance. Thank you for understanding”.
Some social media users questioned his choice as Fox did not state whether he had bought the badge due to a medical condition.
Someone wrote: “Not sure at all why you (are) taking this position Laurence but I believe its frustrating.
” Lets all get with the program and not weaken the very best efforts of the (federal government) and our individuals for doing the right thing. Attempt sending the ideal message out.”
A pack of 2 similar badges with 2 lanyards costs around ₤ 7.99 on Amazon.
After an extended period of consultation with myself, an extended review period and proper due diligence carried out with myself, Ive received the badge that I bought from Amazon. Thank you for being there for me. #anxiety pic.twitter.com/D3bp3M7kY9— Laurence Fox (@LozzaFox) January 15, 2021
Actor Laurence Fox has actually been criticised after posting an image of himself using a mask exemption badge which he states he purchased online.
The 42-year-old has actually been a singing critic of the governments coronavirus face covering judgments and social distancing regulations.
Fox was previously wed to actress Billie Piper
Others backed up Foxs stance, pointing out that face coverings do not have to be used by everyone.
Face masks need to be used in the bulk of indoor settings and on public transport, unless you are exempt or have an affordable excuse.
Those who are exempt from wearing a face covering include children under 11, those with a psychological or physical problems which stops them from using a mask and those who require to communicate with somebody who relies on lip reading.
People not using a mask do not need to reveal any form of proof by law, however the federal government states they may “feel more comfy” showing evidence exemption. It also says a home-made indication is an acceptable exemption card.
Smaller print listed below also reads: “Be kind. Thank you for comprehending”.