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Multiple People Arrested For Not Wearing Masks in OC Grocery Store – Store Manager Locked Them in and Called Police! (VIDEO)

California – Multiple people on Saturday were arrested for not wearing face masks inside of a Mother’s Market in Costa Mesa.
According to a woman who was cuffed, the store manager locked her and other maskless individuals in the store and called the police. 
How is this even legal?
Over a dozen police officers showed up to the Orange County grocery store to arrest a few people for not wearing masks in public. 
Costa Mesa recently threatened to issue $100 fines for being in public without a mask.
“They locked the front door and I was already in the building! And then they locked us in!” the cuffed woman screamed as police escorted her to the cruiser. 
Bystanders screamed at police officers: “You support tyranny!”

A heatwave is currently baking Southern California yet authoritarian officials are still arresting and fining people for not wearing face masks.


  1. So... would it be illegal to break OUT of illegal confinement?

    1. They can sue for illegal detainment or dammed sure

  2. kidnapping by manager of store.....

  3. maybe they riot in an act of protest

  4. ...drive Mother's Market out of business. Protest there by the thousands and do not allow anyone to enter. Then sue the crap out of the manager and owners.

  5. Time to eliminate the store manager with extreme prejudiced.

  6. If anyone gets a fine over this they should fight it in court. These lockdown orders are as illegal as going thru a red light.

  7. Outrage porn... designed to make you feel outrage...

  8. I do believe one would be able to level a false imprisonment charge at the person that locked the door. I seriously doubt there is an actual "crime" defined on the books that makes not wearing a mask illegal in Costa Mesa. The article even says the "Costa Mesa recently threatened to issue $100 fines for being in public without a mask." If there's an actual law, no need to make threats regarding punishment. Therefore it is highly likely that the imprisonment by store staff was illegal."Shopkeeper's privilege" might be an attempted defense, but that only applies to shoplifting.

  9. What are the odds that this store is in for some major retaliation?