KISS frontman Paul Stanley was spotted out and about without his mask, one week after claiming he had recovered from Covid-19 following just four days of rest.
The maskless 69-year-old rocker put on a gross display when he was photographed walking into a West Hollywood, CA restaurant.
Wearing a plain black t-shirt, acid-washed jeans, and black tennis shoes, the long-haired musician was seen wiping his runny nose with the palm of his hand while holding his mask uselessly in the other hand.
Paul seemed unbothered that the paparazzi were nearby and snapping away as he took the aggressive nose wipe.
He did not appear to put his mask on when he approached the eatery, but the KISS singer was only photographed from behind; however, the Monday outing isn't the only time Paul has been seen without his mark after contracting the virus.
The maskless rocker copped major heat when he was spotted defying public health orders at a hotel last week, despite claiming two days later that he was required to isolate for "a few more days."
The beloved rock band was forced to cancel their concert in Pennsylvania on August 26 after Paul caught Covid.
"Tonight's #KISS show at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA is unfortunately postponed due to Paul Stanley testing positive for COVID," they announced hours before the show.
They also made it clear that "everyone on the entire tour, both band and crew, are fully vaccinated."
Over the weekend, Paul spoke out about his recovery, stating that he had a "mild case" but signified he felt like Frankenstein.
"They say I had MILD Covid... I felt like this," he tweeted while sharing a photo of the green-faced monster.
Despite seemingly going against the suggestions of health experts, Paul made sure that his followers knew his quarantine choice was not a political statement.
"REST!! Doctor's orders so we can hit the road running on Sept. 9th. Staying clear of people for a few more days," he tweeted 6 days ago. "Do I think my 'freedom' ever includes jeopardizing other people's health?... No, I don't," Paul added.