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‘Bunnings Karen’ films herself in another anti-mask rant at Australia Post

‘Bunnings Karen’ films herself in another anti-mask rant at Australia Post

A Melbourne woman who filmed herself berating staff at Bunnings over the weekend has gone on another anti-mask rant at Australia Post.

‘Bunnings Karen’ films herself in another anti-mask rant at Australia Post

The woman’s first video – which showed her lecturing Bunnings staff who had refused her entry to the store for not wearing a mask – went viral and she has since been dubbed ‘Bunnings Karen’ in reference to the popular ‘Karen’ meme.

Now it appears the anti-masker has struck again, this time at the post office.

A video has surfaced showing the woman filming herself at Australia Post, where she says to the staff member, “I do not need a mask. If you could stamp that, it would be wonderful.”

The worker quietly serves the woman while she continues to lecture him.

“I suggest you update yourself on what the Department of Human Services have put on with regards to masks and who needs to wear them,” she said.

“And who also has the authorisation to actually ask for that evidence. Because it’s not you. Thank you.”

It comes after video of the woman inside a Bunnings store was posted to Facebook on Sunday, the same day Victoria reported as its deadliest since the coronavirus pandemic began.

The state recorded 459 new cases of COVID-19 and 10 deaths.

In the Bunnings video, the ‘Karen’ is seen repeatedly telling the staff at the store they are breaching her human rights, and she threatens to sue them for discrimination.

The name ‘Bunnings Karen’ comes from the so-called ‘Karen’ meme that has gained popularity due to its relevance amid the pandemic.

A ‘Karen’ refers to a woman, often white and middle-aged, who is perceived as entitled and demanding, and who often complains about service while demanding to speak to the manager.

During the pandemic, the term has often been used to refer to women who refuse to follow the rules imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus.

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