Two men from Bucks have been ordered to pay hundreds of pounds after they were caught not wearing a face mask indoors.

Michael Brown, aged 43, of Compton Road in Wendover, and Alexander Todd, 30, of Iver Lane in Iver, were both convicted on July 1 for entering or remaining in a place in England without wearing a face mask.

Todd was fined £660 and ordered to pay £291 costs after he was caught not wearing a mask in Uxbridge Underground Station, Uxbridge, on February 11.

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Transport For London brought the charges to Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court, and Todd was found guilty of the charge in his absence.

Meanwhile, Brown was caught at Victoria Station, London, without wearing a face covering and failed to provide a reasonable excuse.

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Also appearing at Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court, Brown pleaded guilty and was fined £44.

He was also told to pay £325 in costs.

Both offences took place before restrictions on wearing face masks were relaxed in England.

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