Barry Humpledink, yet another fictional forty-something called Barry from a fictional town, is not wearing a mask.
Mr Humpledink, famously single and distinctly old-fashioned in his views about people, is not wearing a mask, even though he has been told, repeatedly, to do so.
'I don't mean to be cruel,' said famously-vicious local, Sandy Shoes, 'but even before Covid, Barry would have been better with a mask. I mean, from the nose upwards, he is quite the looker, nice blue eyes you could lose yourself in, but the rest is a mess. If I asked my three-year-old to draw a face, Barry's face would be the one you see. Even at his young age, Tarquin is heavily influenced by Salvador Dali. Even if I do say so myself, he is a bit of a genius.'