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A Melbourne woman decided to get creative with her mandatory face mask, donning a pair of red silky underwear as a face covering. 


The woman dubbed 'Sue from St Kilda' said she came up with the hilarious invention because she found standard face masks uncomfortable.


She admitted the pair of red, silk undies were once a gift for her mother but she never used them so Sue took advantage of them during the COVID-19 lockdown.


'They were actually a gift to my mum from China 10 years ago. She didn't wear them,' she told Seven News.


Sue assured the knickers were frequently washed and were a lot more comfortable than surgical masks due to the silky fabric.



'They're beautiful. It annoys me having this hootnanny across here,' she said referencing a normal face mask design.


Sue was then asked what her plans would be for the undies after face masks were no longer necessary.


'I'll stick them on my bum,' she said before erupting into laughter.


Face masks were made mandatory for any residents in metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire on July 22 in a bid to reduce the spread of COVID-19.


Anyone who is seen without a mask can be fined $200.


It comes as coronavirus-infected Victoria recorded 222 new infections on Tuesday along with 17 deaths. 


Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk

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Woman reveals she's wearing her underpants as a face mask

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A Melbourne woman decided to get creative with her mandatory face mask, donning a pair of red silky underwear as a face covering. 


The woman dubbed 'Sue from St Kilda' said she came up with the hilarious invention because she found standard face masks uncomfortable.


She admitted the pair of red, silk undies were once a gift for her mother but she never used them so Sue took advantage of them during the COVID-19 lockdown.


'They were actually a gift to my mum from China 10 years ago. She didn't wear them,' she told Seven News.


Sue assured the knickers were frequently washed and were a lot more comfortable than surgical masks due to the silky fabric.



'They're beautiful. It annoys me having this hootnanny across here,' she said referencing a normal face mask design.


Sue was then asked what her plans would be for the undies after face masks were no longer necessary.


'I'll stick them on my bum,' she said before erupting into laughter.


Face masks were made mandatory for any residents in metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire on July 22 in a bid to reduce the spread of COVID-19.


Anyone who is seen without a mask can be fined $200.


It comes as coronavirus-infected Victoria recorded 222 new infections on Tuesday along with 17 deaths. 


Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk

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