TORONTO—Tuesday evening, Chris Saccoccia went on Instagram Live with a man who goes by the name ManyLights and ordered him an UberXL after ManyLights decided to leave a Canadian facility and quarantine at home instead after a trip. Allegedly, he was unaware that it was voluntary and not mandatory to quarantine at the government facility.
Chris Sky is seen ordering UberXL for ManyLights to the government quarantine facility after the first Uber refused to take him
Saccoccia, who goes by Chris Sky on social media platforms, is known for his non-profit work as well as being vocal about his stance against lockdown measures. According to Sky, ManyLights refused to take a COVID-19 test at the Toronto airport after a trip and decided to go quarantine at the government facility instead, thinking it was mandatory.
“ManyLights decided he was not gonna take the test, not take the fine, and go to the prison. After speaking with me, he realized that the prison is still voluntary and you can leave,” Sky said.
In Instagram Live, ManyLights is seen walking around getting ready to leave the quarantine facility while talking to Sky. As he leaves the facility, staff can be heard telling him that they will be calling the police on him.
“We will call the Police. You’re going to get a fine, you’re going to be arrested and brought back here,” quarantine facility staff was heard telling ManyLights as he was waiting outside the building.
Sky finished the Live chat after ManyLights safely entered his UberXL ride and promised to follow up with everyone on January 20.
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