Rightsaid Fred was too sexy to wear a mask at Heathrowin London.
Gary Leff at 4. February 2021.
In 1991, I’m Too Sexy was an absolute anthem. Right Said Fred reached number one in the United States with its first single, something no other band since the Beatles has achieved. I’d call it a wonder hit, but her next single, Don’t Talk Just Kiss, peaked at #76 on the Billboard Top 100.
But did you know that Right Said Fred still exists? And that they only released the album in 2017? Perhaps desperate for relevance, they have adopted a new profile, criticising the UK government’s response to the pandemic (rightly so), but also refusing to wear masks when flying and encouraging scepticism about vaccines.
The latest salvo is a tweet from London Heathrow stating that they refused to wear the mask and that staff applauded.
I’m at Heathrow.
I was scared about the trip, it was the exact opposite of what I [email protected]_Airways @HeathrowAirport The T5 staff were very nice, no problems, I was maskless and thank you and good for you for talking about Covid and lockdowns.
– Right said Fred (@TheFreds) February 4, 2021.
Fred Fairblass doesn’t say where he went though, most likely to Milan, New York or Japan.
Initially, Twitter bots from Heathrow Airport and BA called for rock’n’roll.
Those tweets were deleted, it seems, and Heathrow issued a more sober response.
2/2 no face cover at Heathrow, please speak to a colleague in the terminal. https://t.co/YNHav7qp3G.
– Heathrow Airport (@HeathrowAirport) 4. February 2021
Said Fred’s second studio album was Sex and Travel. Combined with the fact that they are a British band, this allowed them to perform in Terminal 5 of London Heathrow. Although the relevant Twitter responses have all been taken since @realdonaldtrump’s insults were banned from the platform.
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