Man removed from bus for not wearing mask Police in Philadelphia were caught on camera dragging a man off a city bus for not wearing a face mask amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the city’s transit system has decided to change its policy, which previously stated customers could be refused service for not wearing a mask.  Video taken on Friday morning shows police physically removing a passenger on a bus at 11th and Market Streets, CBS Philly reports. The driver had called the police because the man was not wearing a mask and would not leave the bus. A policy announced last week stated that anyone riding the SEPTA transit system must wear some sort of face covering, CBS Philly reports. “We are going to enforce. Not only can an operator of a vehicle refuse a rider who doesn’t have a mask on, we will also have members of our transit police making sure,” SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards said, according to the station.  On Friday, an official boarded the bus to tell everyone without a face covering they must leave or police would remove them. When the passenger in question refused, holding on as tight as he could, three officers


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