EMMERDALE'S Charley Webb has revealed she was ‘abused’ in the supermarket after asking shoppers to stay two metres away from her.
The mum-of-three has taken to Twitter to hit out after accusing people of flouting government advice during the coronavirus lockdown.
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Charley, who's best known as Debbie Dingle in ITV's Emmerdale, has gone on Twitter to complain about people not keeping a two metre distance from her.
During a conversation with Piers Morgan, Charley, said: "I went to our local supermarket today. No one had masks or gloves on, including the people that were working.
"I had to ask 2 people to stop coming closer than 2 metres and got abuse."
To stop the spread of coronavirus, health officials have advised the public to practice social distancing.
This means staying at home, avoiding crowds and keeping at least two metres – or six feet – away from other people.
The 32-year-old has been tweeting Good Morning Britain host Piers regularly throughout the coronavius pandemic, as he continues his fight for stricter measures.
Piers, 54, has now urged Prime Minister Boris Johnson to start a "proper lockdown" instead of just pubs, clubs, restaurants and non-essential shops.
Piers spoke out following the news the PM had tested positive for the illness.
The father-of-four said: "If our Prime Minister, Health Secretary & Chief Medical Officer have all gone down in one day, can someone explain why it still makes any sense for millions of non-essential workers to be going to work?"
Charley has often shared her views on parenting issues on social media.
She shares three children with her hubbie and Emmer co-star Matthew Wolfenden.
The actress welcomed her third child on July 29, 2019 and announced the news on Twitter with a sweet shot of the newborn, writing:
“BaByWoLf#3 has joined the crazy gang. We’re in a bubble of newborn’ness heaven.”
Though they are yet to reveal the tot’s name.
The couple also have sons Buster, nine, and Bowie, three, together.
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