Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury criticised once again for not wearing masks while flying to the Maldives

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Earlier this month, Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury were criticised for not wearing masks in Dubai, and now the pair have been slammed for not wearing them while flying to the Maldives.

The couple, who sparked engagement rumours while on holiday, hooked their facemasks underneath their chins in Molly Mae's recent YouTube vlog, leaving their faces unprotected.

However, viewers were left unimpressed with the reality star's inability to cover up and took to the comments section to share their viewers.

One person wrote: "Love ya'll but please wear your masks above your nose during flights and interacting with others!!!!"

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A second added: "Please just keep it up the whole time when with other people and outside with the workers, and especially with the new more contagious strain of covid."

"I love both of you so much, but seriously with all these trips and you guys can't even wear a mask properly????," another follower expressed.

This isn't the first time the duo, both 21, have been slammed for not wearing their masks as just earlier this month, fans expressed their frustration when Molly-Mae and Tommy didn't cover up while flying home from Dubai.

The Love Island stars spent 10 days in Dubai before flying to the Maldives for an extended holiday.

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Guidelines ask all plane passengers to wear a mask unless you are exempt, but again the lovebirds had their masks around their chins, and their noses and mouths exposed.

After watching her Dubai vlog, one unimpressed fan commented: "Imagine not wearing a mask properly when you are able to. Set a better example."

"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," another follower said.

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After a number of people accused them of breaking restrictions to travel to Dubai, Molly-Mae, who shared a throwback of her younger self, hit back and said: "In response to the messages I'm already getting about us being away throughout this time….

"Please understand that Tommy and I left the UK from Cheshire which was in Tier 2 at the time. We didn't break any rules coming away.

"If we knew these rules were going to be put in place then obviously we would have never left the UK," she explained.

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