Aug 05, 2020
New York : The Lady COVID show: Tourist taken off plane in Cancun for removing mask
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Videos show crowded ship and neglected passengers in times of pandemic
Viva Aerobús is a discount Mexican airline.
Photo: Miguel Domínguez / Agencia Reforma
The forced use of face masks on airplanes is causing some incidents. Last week, a Delta plane had to return to the boarding gate at Detroit airport for two people to be taken out after refusing to wear a mask.And this week the video of a tourist on board a ship in Mexico emerged, which went viral.
The video shows a young woman causing a flight delay from the Mexican airline Cancun Long live Aerobús. She, in a short green dress, hat and cell phone always in hand doing “Live”, takes off her face mask to discuss with other travelers and He repeatedly assures – and in vulgar words – that COVID does not matter to anyone of those on the plane.
“We are all here because we are worth seeing *** the Covid”
Without mouth masks, healthy distance or common sense, in Cancun, Quintana Roo, #LadyCovid emerged, for shouting in mid-flight that the COVID-19 does not exist and assaulting passengers traveling with it. pic.twitter.com/iJn48MYd7F
– The Data (@eldatomx) August 3, 2020
It all started when the airline staff asked the woman, apparently drunk, to put on her mask.
Social network users they baptized the woman as #LadyCOVID, who eventually, after several minutes, was taken out of the plane escorted by airline personnel, but not before stirring and trying to hit another woman who claimed that she was more mature.
Unfortunately to see this, I do not know what is worse, if the lady doing the show, the number of people on the plane without healthy distance and covers mouths poorly put or WITHOUT covers mouths put or the airline VIVA AEROBUS allowing these blowjobs. #LadyCovid pic.twitter.com/z9LcCJEuNb
– Mariana Tello (@Marianna_Tello) August 3, 2020
It should be noted that in addition to the tourist’s “show”, which included a dance on board, many of the passengers are seen without a mask or with their mouth guards wrong, in addition to the flight seems completely full and without any distance among travelers.
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New free, autonomous shuttle hits the road in St. Pete
Photo via PSTAPeople can take a ride in St. Pete’s new, driverless shuttle as early as Wednesday.
The autonomous vehicle will travel up and down Bayshore Drive from the Dali Museum to the Vinoy Renaissance for the next three months, according to the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority.
The shuttle is called AVA, and uses artificial intelligence including GPS, radar and light sensors to move. There will be specialists onboard who will be able to use a controller when necessary to dodge things like other cars and pedestrians.
Photo via PSTA
Last month HART launched Tampa Bay’s first autonomous vehicle pilot downtown. But unlike that shuttle, which travels on a designated, private route, AVA will have to share the road with other cars.
AVA is 100% electric and can run for nine hours on just a few dollars of electricity, PSTA said.
Masks are required to ride AVA and specialists will undergo a temperature check before each shift. There will also be routine cleanings throughout the day. Though it can fit up to 15 passengers, capacity is currently limited to six passengers from the same party or four passengers from separate parties.
The service is completely free and runs Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The pilot will last until Feb. 15.
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