A NEARLY nude artist has protested the coronavirus lockdown by wearing a bikini made out of face masks outside of Trader Joe's.
DaVida Sal wore masks as underwear, as well as over her eyes, shoulders and even ankles – but not over her mouth.
The artist was seen posing with a cart full of groceries and holding essential items, such as toilet paper, as she posed for photos outside of a Trader Joe's in Los Angeles.
In a Facebook post, the activist questioned why coronavirus guidelines are in place.
"If the MASKS work, WHY the 6 feet? If the 6 feet works, WHY the Masks? If BOTH work, WHY the LOCKDOWN?" she attached as a caption to the pictures which showed her flouting these rules.
The post received a mixed result, with some Americans agreeing with her protest and others being angered at the misuse of PPE.
"Your logic is terrible. But artist props for being creative with your feelings!" Melissa Mayes wrote.
Maureen Linde wrote: "As a healthcare worker whom is rationed one mask until it falls apart. I’m p**sed off you wasted so many for your ‘statement'."
Amy Kressler also wrote: "You refuse to wear a mask so instead you wore an obscene amount so that you could take them away from people who may absolutely need them? Wow, powerful stuff."
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