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Celebrity MasterChef fans are left disgusted as NONE of the stars wear hairnets

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‘Nobody wants a hair choking them!’ Celebrity MasterChef fans are left disgusted as NONE of the stars wear hairnets during ‘unhygienic’ show

  • Food Safety regulations state that when working in a kitchen long hair must be tied back, but the use of a hairnet is not enforced

Celebrity Masterchef fans couldn’t hide their upset as they accused the show of failing to maintain hygiene standards.

Viewers took to Twitter to question why some of the stars weren’t wearing hairnets, despite being in a professional kitchen setting for the latest episode of the tense cooking show.

Friday’s episode of Celebrity Masterchef saw both Karen Gibson and Dom Littlewood eliminated after failing to impress Gregg Wallace and John Torode.

What's going on? Celebrity Masterchef fans couldn't hide their upset as they questioned why stars failed to wear hairnets

What’s going on? Celebrity Masterchef fans couldn’t hide their upset as they questioned why stars failed to wear hairnets

This week fans saw Olympic hockey star Sam Quek, EastEnders’ Phil Daniels and and Karen try to conjure up cuisine to impress the judges. 

Fans were quick to point out that they should be wearing hairnets in a kitchen, claiming it flouted health and safety rules.

One fan tweeted: ‘Why don’t those with long hair wear a hair net in line with food hygiene standards.’

Another posted: ‘Long hair in the kitchen and no hairnet – Grrr!’

Bizarre: Viewers took to Twitter to question why some of the stars weren't wearing hairnets, despite being in a professional kitchen setting

Bizarre: Viewers took to Twitter to question why some of the stars weren’t wearing hairnets, despite being in a professional kitchen setting

Annoyed: Many took to social media to share their outrage. Current food safety regulations state the use of a hairnet  cannot be enforced

Annoyed: Many took to social media to share their outrage. Current food safety regulations state the use of a hairnet  cannot be enforced

A third also tweeted: ‘Why did last night Celebrity Masterchef contestants not have nets on their hair while cooking? That would not happen in a professional kitchen. Hair in your food. No no.’

One also posted: ‘I wish they were wearing hair nets though… nobody wants a hair choking them as they eat their lunch -gag gag.’

Food Safety regulations state that when working in a kitchen long hair must be tied back, which in Sam’s case it was, but the use of a hairnet is not enforced. 

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Celebrity Masterchef for comment. 

In the clear: Dom Littlewood was the only star free of critique, due to his bald head

In the clear: Dom Littlewood was the only star free of critique, due to his bald head

Dominic Littlewood was the only star free of critique, due to his bald head. 

Friday’s show saw fans both Karen and Dom eliminated from the show after failing to win over the panel with the dishes.

Karen was forced to serve her duck undercooked after running out of time, while Dom dished up soggy carrot bhajis and a prawn curry.

Sam and Phil advanced to the second round, with a new group of stars set to complete in the famous kitchen next week.

Celebrity Masterchef continues on Wednesday at 9pm on BBC One. 

Tragic: Friday's show saw Dom and Karen Gibson (pictured) after failing to impress the judges with their dishes

Tragic: Friday’s show saw Dom and Karen Gibson (pictured) after failing to impress the judges with their dishes

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Coronavirus outbreak: Surat jewellery store sells face masks adorned with diamonds worth Rs 4 lakh

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You might have read about the man from Pune, who got a gold face mask made for himself for Rs 2.89 lakh, to protect himself from the novel coronavirus. If that news left you stupefied, wait till you hear the latest update. A jewellery store in Surat is selling face masks adorned with diamonds worth Rs 4 lakh.

The store in Surat has been manufacturing face masks made of gold, silver, diamonds and even American diamonds, since the past month. The masks are layered with lines of jewels in several patterns.

Deepak Choksi , owner of the jewellery store, said that he got the idea of making diamond masks after a customer placed an order for it.

“A customer came to our showroom recently and bought jewellery for his wedding that is scheduled in the near future. He also asked us to make a mask for him that he will wear during the ceremony at the mandap. We discussed the plan with our designer and he selected a mask, and also purchased it after we customised it for him,” Deepak Choksi said.

Masks made of gold, adorned with American diamonds, are sold for Rs 1.5 lakh each. Gold and white gold masks that are set with diamonds, are sold for Rs 4 lakh each.

Deepak Choksi also said that the jewels from the masks can be reused later to make necklaces and bracelets.

“We have gold and American diamond masks that are sold for Rs 1.5 lakh each. The highest range is of white and yellow gold masks, studded with diamonds, that are sold for Rs 4 lakh each. N-95 masks have been used to make it. Masks are washable. People should look at it like an investment. In the future, you can make a necklace, and other jewellery with the jewels from the masks. You can reuse it,” he added.

Customers are pretty much interested in purchasing such jeweled masks. Devanshi, a teenage customer, said that she bought a diamond mask that was matching with her outfit she is supposed to wear to a family wedding soon.

“I came to buy gold earrings. I saw diamond masks are being sold here and those seemed more attractive than other jewellery. There is a wedding in my family soon and I need a mask to match with my outfit. So, this mask goes with my outfit, and hence, I bought it so that I look unique,” Devanshi said.

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In India, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases has crossed eight lakh. Gujarat’s Covid-19 case count has crossed 32,000 with over 1,800 deaths.

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A French artist creates 3D murals that appear to jump out of the wall

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  • Goerges Rousse, who goes by SCAF on Instagram, is known for his realistic graffiti art.
  • The French artist has been painting walls since 2002, and he has recently focused on 3D artwork.
  • Rousse posts his work on Instagram, where he often dresses up and plays with perspective to create an image that looks like it’s jumping out of the wall. 
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Walking through France’s winding streets, you might stumble upon a lifelike crocodile, a terrifying dinosaur, or a friendly elephant.

There’s a chance those realistic paintings were created by Goerges Rousse, a 37-year-old graffiti artist. Rousse is known for using perspective, and he creates 3D artwork that feels like it’s jumping out of the wall.

The self-taught artist has been painting walls for nearly 18 years under the name SCAF. Over the years, he’s gained an Instagram following of nearly 130,000 people.

Thousands of people are mesmerized by his work, and Rousse shared with Insider in an email that he’s “evolved a lot since I started.”

Here are some of his most impressive pieces. 


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