Two influencers ordered off Bali after fake mask video prank


Russian influencer Leia Se (centre) walks from the immigration office at Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia on Friday, April 30,2021. A US-based YouTuber and a Russian influencer were ordered off Indonesia's resort island of Bali on Friday after recording themselves defying mandatory mask-wearing with some imaginative makeup. - AP

DENPASAR (Bali), April 30 (AP): A US-based YouTuber and a Russian influencer were ordered off Indonesia’s resort island of Bali on Friday after recording themselves defying mandatory mask-wearing with some imaginative makeup.

Clips of the video created by Josh Paler Lin and Leia Se and posted two weeks ago show the two duping supermarket guards with a painted surgical mask after they were refused entry because Se was unmasked.

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