The English street artist Banksy posted a video of his now-famous rats wearing masks in a London Subway.

The caption in the post reads, “If you don’t mask – you don’t get.”
In the clip, Banksy paints rats — one sneezing, another using a mask as a parachute and yet another holding a bottle of sanitizer — before tagging the train with his moniker.
The mysterious artist spray-painted: I get lockdown, but I get up again” in the station and inside the train’s doors.
Sadly, the art has already been removed since London officials who said it violated their “strict anti-graffiti policy.”
Really? We can’t think of a better way to get the mask message across.

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