Malaysian netizens ask `Karen’ woman to leave the country if she does not want to wear mask

Karen’ woman, who identifies herself as Kerry from Manchester, has made headlines on social media again by appearing in a Twitter video in which she seems to be whacking Malaysia authority for imposing SOP measures mainly wearing masks in public places.
She said in the video that people should be free to do whatever they like and that wearing face mask is no longer mandatory in many countries. 
“Our song is freedom- Freedom to choose what we eat, where we go, who we go with, and what we do to our bodies medically or otherwise.
“It` s a choice, your choice, our choice, my choice,” she said in the video today.
Kerry has posted the video after she was fined RM3000 by Malaysian authorities for refusing to wear a face mask and register with MySejahtera app when entering KLCC shopping mall.
Her argument in the video has irritated many Malaysian netizens, with some of them asking her to go back to her own country if she cannot follow Malaysia`s law and rules.
A Twitter user told her: ” Follow the rules bruh, do not act like your are in your country, thank you”
“This is Malaysia and not Manchester. Your country has law. Malaysia as well, ” said another user.
Dr Rezzuan, another user, said:” She`s always welcome to leave the country if she doesn`t want to comply with the mask mandate.”

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