Well, protest can be of any kind and this protest had a hilarious yet important message to be delivered to the end audience or people. According to the sources, a man in Wales wore only underwear and walked inside a supermarket, but he was stopped by the security personnel. The whole episode was a part of the man’s protest against the country’s ban on sales of nonessential things and items like clothes. Well, the country had imposed this ban due to the spread of the novel pandemic and wanted fewer people to gather inside the vicinity of malls and public places, as per sources.
Christopher Noden, from Newport, was captured in a video that was even shared on various social media platforms. In the video, Christopher is seen walking inside the store in just shorts or to say, underwear along with his companion or wife. Well, the security person didn’t stop anyone rather than Christopher. After a few exchanges of the spat between the security person and Christopher, the security guy says, “take it up with the government.”
First Minister Mark Drakeford commented on the whole thing and said, “The position we face in Wales is really and deeply serious and for these two weeks we are asking people to stay at home and not to mix with other people as much as they can. If the rules are not sensible rules, if there are anomalies that are emerging, we will put them right, but the basic underlying public health emergency has not gone away.”
Well, Christopher had later mentioned it was just to let the people know that clothes are essential parts of human life and it can’t be put under the category of unessential items.