The coronavirus pandemic has produced plenty of new social distancing and hygiene rules for people to follow – but it seems some people aren’t quite getting the message.
People from around the world have shared a series of photos showing strangers who are confused by the new restrictions, while others seem to be deliberately flouting the rules.
Among the snaps, which have been collated by Bored Panda, is one of a man who is eating a bag of crisps while still wearing his protective gloves. Another shows a woman queuing in the supermarket while wearing a snorkel and mask.
Here are some of the most bizarre examples…
This Walmart shopper, from the US, has four cases of beer in his trolley and has the glove he’s been wearing to protect himself from coronavirus in his mouth
This supermarket, in an unknown location, really tried its best with social distancing. Unfortunately, whoever taped down the markers forgot it included sideways contact
These sunbathers, in Victoria, Australia, seem to be completely oblivious to the giant sign behind them warning people to ‘practice social distancing’
This user, from an unknown location, posted this photograph online after seeing another shopper eating crisps while still wearing the gloves he was using to protect himself
These revellers on a rooftop in Amsterdam are moments away from being shut down by the police, who can be seen by the front door
This supermarket cashier, in an unknown location, contaminated his gloves by leaning his head on his hands
This woman, who is shopping in Florida, thinks wearing snorkle gear is going to protect her from the virus
Shoppers at a US supermarkert were so worried about these Corona Beans actually containing coronavirus that they bought every other type, and left them
This role of shrivelled up notes is actually worth $5,000 Canadian dollars. Someone clearly thought it was a smart idea to try to sanitise them in the microwave
These friends, from an unknown location, all gathered together earlier this month for a houseparty. They all wore masks thinking it would be enough to protect them
This poster, from Vancouver in Canada, couldn’t believe it when his workplace called a meeting on social distancing where everyone was crowded into the same room