Another anti-masker challenged Bunnings workers in Melbourne about the compulsory use of face masks.
A customer at the electronics giant has posted video of herself not wearing a mask in-store for the second time in as many days.
The woman, who prefers not to be named, calls COVID-19 a “killer virus” with a “agenda” and recently posted videos of herself burning face masks.
“We’ll be approaching the counter now to see if they’ll accept my money,” she tells the camera.
“Remember this is about being a cashless society and there’s a whole other agenda here, so let’s see what happens to the system of corruption.”
She tries to take her viewers to the information desk with a trolley loaded with shovels but the video ends before she meets workers.
She wrote on Facebook after the video that she’d been refused service because she didn’t wear a mask.
“I went shopping in my local Bunnings where I’ve spent thousands of dollars over nearly 18 years and was rudely illegally denied customer service due to not wearing a facial mask,” she said, also claiming to have a medical exemption.