Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury ditch facemasks en route to Maldives

‘This is so irresponsible!’ Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury slammed for ditching face masks while travelling to the Maldives – after being criticised for not wearing them in Dubai

  • While enjoying a seaplane ride from Male airport to Raa atoll, in the Maldives, Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury, both 21, hooked their facemasks beneath their chins
  • They shamelessly showed off their antics in the influencer’s latest YouTube vlog 
  • According to high-end travel operators Kuoni, in the Maldives: ‘All tourists are required to wear face masks at the airport and during domestic travel (including on sea planes and speed boats)’ 
  • Their latest indiscretion comes after the Love Island couple were criticised for not wearing facemasks in Dubai earlier this month 

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have been slammed for ditching face masks while travelling to the Maldives.  

While while enjoying a 45 minute seaplane ride from Male airport to You & Me located in Raa atoll, northern Maldives, for their most recent festive break, the Love Island couple, 21, hooked their facemasks beneath their chins.

Molly-Mae and Tommy shamelessly showed off their antics in the influencer’s latest YouTube vlog, leaving viewers outraged. 

Their latest indiscretion comes after the duo were criticised for not wearing facemasks in Dubai, during their getaway to the UAE earlier this month. 

Irresponsible! Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, both 21, have been slammed for ditching their facemasks while travelling via seaplane to You & Me located in Raa atoll, in the Maldives

While Tommy appeared to not cover his nose and mouth for the duration of their seaplane ride, in one of the video’s first clips, Molly-Mae purposefully uncovered her face to pose with her beau.

After pulling down her facemask to pout, the blonde beauty then kept it hooked beneath her chin and smiled into the camera while creating a heart-shape with her hand joined with Tommy’s. 

According to high-end travel operators Kuoni, in the Maldives: ‘All tourists are required to wear face masks at the airport and during domestic travel (including on sea planes and speed boats).’ 

Fans were left unimpressed with the Love Island pair, with one viewer commenting: ‘Love y’all but please wear your masks above your nose during flights and interactions with others!!!!’ 

Shameless: The Love Island couple shamelessly showed off their antics in the influencer’s latest YouTube vlog, which saw them hook their facemasks beneath their chins

Care-free: Tommy appeared to not cover his nose and mouth for the duration of their journey

‘Pleaseeeee wear your mask properly all the time, like on the plane and when you had it on your chin.

‘Please just keep it up the whole time when with other people and outside with the workers, and especially with the new more contagious strain of covid,’ urged another follower. 

‘PUT. YOUR. MASK. ON. PROPERLY.,’ demanded someone else, while another person fumed: ‘i love both of you so so much, but seriously with all these trips and you guys can’t even wear a mask properly????

‘I’s a f**king mask it’s not that hard. putting all these people at risk cuz u can’t wear it properly.’  


Prioritising pouting: Molly-Mae purposefully uncovered her face to pose with her beau

Fuminh: Fans were left unimpressed with the Love Island pair and took to the comments section to voice their fury

One infuriated fan wrote: ‘Swear she has broken the rules though? I mean she’s shown herself not wearing a mask (or wearing one incorrectly)… 

‘I think when you’re taking advantage of your privilege e.g. flying out on numerous holidays, you owe it to those less privileged around you to protect them.

‘They don’t have any choice but to be there working and realistically getting covid would have a much worse impact on them than Molly or Tommy.’ 

Someone else mused: ‘I’ll always support you but I find you being really out of touch at the minute.  

Unimpressed: It comes after the couple were called out by YouTube viewers for not wearing masks on their Dubai break following the release of her vlog

Comments: The Love Island contestants were branded ‘privileged’ by their followers for not wearing a mask or wearing them incorrectly while in public spaces such as a restaurant, plane and taxi while on the trip.

‘Constant holidays, not wearing masks correctly, jetting off multiple times whilst the rest of the country won’t have been anywhere is so distant to the reality of the public.

‘Then complaining on Instagram about the new rules, Molly you’ve had 6 holidays this year. You gained a likeable following through how down to earth you were but now it’s just holidays, designer items and turning into every other influencer.’ 

Another viewer simply wrote: ‘this is so irresponsible there was no necessity at all in this travel.’  

Mask slip: Molly-Mae and Tommy pictured on the plane over to Dubai

Molly-Mae and Tommy’s latest breach of health and safety rules comes after they were called out by YouTube viewers for not wearing masks on their Dubai break.

The Love Island contestants were branded ‘privileged’ by their followers for not wearing a mask or wearing them incorrectly while in public spaces such as a restaurant, plane and taxi while on the trip.

Some viewers of her Dubai vlog suggested they found the viewing ‘uncomfortable’ as the couple chose to flout coronavirus restrictions while enjoying their sun-soaked getaway. 

The video began with Molly-Mae and Tommy on the plane to Dubai in their first class seats, as the influencer pulled her mask below her chin to talk to the camera.  

Holiday time: Tommy walking around the hotel without a mask after leaving his room

The video shared an intimate insight into their luxurious trip, however it also showed fans that they had missed the mark with regards to following local rules.

Current restrictions in Dubai state that everyone must wear a face covering while in public spaces once out of your private residence.

Exceptions include being alone, during strenuous exercise and while eating or drinking indoors or outdoors.

During the video Molly-Mae and Tommy were also filmed without a mask while riding in a taxi, while exiting a restaurant and while inside an ice cream parlour.  

Vlog: The couple filmed while leaving the restaurant of the Burj Khalifa

Reaction: Fans of Molly-Mae and Tommy were left unimpressed by their holiday antics and shared their opinions in the comments section below the video

Alone: People at the hotel around them could be seen wearing face coverings

Fans of Molly-Mae and Tommy were left unimpressed by their holiday antics and shared their opinions in the comments section below the video. 

One person said: ‘Love this vlog but pls just make life easier for the flight attendants and wear your mask properly :(.’

While another person added: ‘Why they not wearing face masks? People in the background are wearing them. These are setting such bad examples god.’

A third wrote: ‘Where are the masks guys?’ while a different person sarcastically added: ‘Great start to the vid, encouraging everyone to wear their masks..’

Another penned: ‘Why are you pulling down your mask to speak on plane? Secondly I love you guys but you look hella privileged standing around when others are wearing masks and you are not. Disappointing.’   

All smiles: The couple went mask free in the back of a taxi

A different person sarcastically added: ‘Great start to the vid, encouraging everyone to wear their masks..’

Another annoyed follower, said: ‘I really enjoy your vlogs but if you’re going to travel during a global pandemic please, at the bare minimum, wear your masks properly.’

In agreement, another said: ‘I like Molly-Mae but I can’t wait this video. I don’t even want to support her channel by commenting but this is so so so unacceptable to me!! and not even wearing masks during a pandemic? I really expected better from her.’

A different person said: ‘I could barely watch a minute of this video. I find it very uncomfortable watching a person taking their mask off when a plane.’

One follower added: ‘Can I just ask why you didn’t wear your masks when everyone else around you was?’

MailOnline contacted representatives for Molly-Mae and Tommy for comment.  

A different person said: ‘I could barely watch a minute of this video. I find it very uncomfortable watching a person taking their mask off when a plane’

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