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Berlin gives middle finger to anti-maskers in tourism agency ad

Agency says it chose message that suits city’s outlier character but some politicians are criticalCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage
A crop of the advert rebuking Berliners who fail to wear face masks. Photograph: Visit Berlin

Berlin has eschewed polite public messaging on the coronavirus in favour of a more direct reminder of the rules by flipping the bird to people who won’t wear a mask.

An ad placed in local papers by the German capital’s senate as

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