Around the world, there is a growing awareness of wearing a face mask in places where we have close contact with other people. The star of the One FC organization, which lives and works in Hong Kong, also helped to that cause.
Cameroonian Alain Ngalani is a famous heavyweight in Asia, today in MMA and once as a four-time Muay-Thai world champion. A few days ago, he recorded a video that picked up more than half a million “likes” on Instagram, in which he sent a message in his own way about the importance of wearing a mask in public transport.
”If you’re not wearing a mask on public transportation, stay away. There is no discussion with me,” wrote a fighter nicknamed Pantera and attached a video in which he is seen not allowing a man without a mask to sit next to him on a seat in the subway.
He first prevented him from doing so by stretching one leg out on the seat and then the other, making a rope.
Clearly, this is a campaign by the Hong Kong authorities to raise awareness of the need to wear a mask.