PUBLISHED: 08:47, Mon, Aug 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:24, Mon, Aug 3, 2020
Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin Roberts, 57, took a train journey to Paddington last week for the first time in six months and documented his trip, in view of his 24,000 Twitter followers. In a video, he detailed his “weird" surroundings, but it was the way he was wearing his mask which left some fans concerned.
Martin put the mask OVER your nose not under, why do most men do this?
Fans pointed out that Martin's mask was covering his mouth, but was not fully covering his nose.
“I’m on a train for the first time in six months feeling like a bandit,” he began, laughing in a video.
“The train is completely empty. I haven’t been on a train or public transport since this all started, trust me it is well weird.
“I don’t know what Paddington station is going to be like, but yeah, what can you do?”
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Homes Under The Hammer’s Martin Roberts sparked concerns with face-masking error (Image: TWITTER•MARTINROBERTS•ITV)
Homes Under The Hammer’s Martin Roberts documented his train journey while wearing a mask (Image: TWITTER•MARTINROBERTS)
Martin went on to reference Adam and The Ants’ song Stand and Deliver as he continued to laugh.
He captioned the video: “Bit hard to hear me as I’m talking through an old pair of underpants but I can happily report it’s all very weird out there.”
The presenter’s mask-wearing error was swiftly noticed by some fans, who shared their thoughts on his post.
One user wrote: