Molly-Mae Hague slammed by her own fans for not wearing mask on plane trip home from Dubai

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Molly-Mae Hague's own fans gave her a kicking for not wearing a mask properly on a flight home from Dubai.

The star and boyfriend Tommy Fury uploaded a YouTube video to wrap up their break in the UAE.

Love Island stars Molly-Mae and Tommy flew out to Dubai for 10 days before jetting off to the sunny Maldives

But viewers were quick to notice the pair weren't always complying with face-covering demands on board.

Guidelines asks all plane passengers to wear a mask unless you are exempt.

Love Islands stars Molly-Mae and Tommy were seen not wearing the coverings over their mouths and noses on the plane a number of times.

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They had already been given a warning by fans after she filmed another mask-less clip while showing off the view from inside the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.

Fans called their latest video "uncomfortable" and "disappointing" as they filmed themselves with masks around their chins.

Many didn't hold back as the pair were slammed.

One unimpressed fan wrote: "Imagine not wearing a mask properly when you are able to. Set a better example."


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Another fan added: "I could barely watch a minute of this video. I find it very uncomfortable watching a person taking their mask off when on a plane."

The negative comments kept on coming.

A third fumed: "Why do they not have their masks on on the plane? Or wear it under the nose ? Honestly so many 'influencers' do this, and it really bloody annoys me."

It's not only their fans sticking the boot in at the moment.

Pop stars Jedward took aim after they were paid to visit the country despite it still being illegal to be gay there.

“Info for influencers promoting Dubai!” John and Edward wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

“It has coronavirus but doesn’t have rights for LGBTQ+ so please stop promoting countries where it’s criminal to kiss the one you love!”

Jedward were showered with praise from fans for taking a stand.

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