Take That's Howard Donald took to Twitter to vent his anger after claiming a hairdresser refused to cut his four-year-old son's hair.
According to Government rules kids aged under the age of 11 are exempt from wearing a face mask.
But the singer, 52, claims his son, Bowie was refused a haircut because he wasn't wearing a mask,
The frustrated X-Factor judge raged about his alleged experience on Twitter, saying: "I’m fuming.
"Just taken my four-year-old to get his haircut and they refused unless he was wearing a mask!!!.
"It’s 11 and above according to the rules.
"Yes COVID is real especially when it comes to old and the vulnerable but to make little kids wear masks is pure b******t just like the world which is turning into scare mongering b******t regime!"
"Please don’t let the governments turn this into a 'new normal' otherwise.
"Your kids will be asking you why didn’t you allow this c**p and where did our freedoms go?"Howard's fans rallied round to support him following his outburst.
His fans rallied round to support him after the outburst.
One said: "The hairdresser in question obviously took the scaremongering to a whole new level which unfortunately is where society is going unless we stand for our freedoms back."
Another said: "I would cut it for him! No questions asked!! I do my grandson's he's five! (he didn’t wear a mask) and he loves wearing a mask to feel like a grown up!! But would never expect him to be told to wear one!!"
But some Twitter users disagreed and told Howard they thought he should make his son wear a mask.
One said: "It's a piece of fabric, to be worn for 10/15 mins whilst getting a trim.
A second raged: "I know that everyone is entitled to their opinion, but I work in a primary school where the kids where a mask while walking around, play on the playground et and it’s no problem at all for them."