Arnold Schwarzenegger has some choice words for anyone ignoring the “stay at home” orders: “don’t be an a--. Stay inside.”
The former Governor of California aimed his blunt message, which he wore on a hooded sweatshirt, at those who have been failing to self-quarantine and social distance amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Along with the cheeky message, the sweatshirt also depicted a photo of himself with his pet donkey, Lulu, and his pony, Whiskey, who he has been hanging out with during quarantine.
He also promoted the shirt by posting a video of his bike ride with son, Patrick Schwarzenegger.
For anyone who wants to spread the message and make a statement, the actor is selling the shirts online for $25.99 each. Shirts start shipping on April 22, according to the website.
In a statement posted on the website, he revealed that all proceeds would benefit his “After-School All-Stars” foundation.
“With schools closed, we can’t provide our normal programming for our 100,000 kids, but we take our commitment to our families seriously so we are pivoting to use our after-school staff to deliver groceries to our families,” he wrote.
The “Terminator” star has been practicing social distancing alongside his furry friends since early March.
He posted a video to Twitter with a message to Americans, especially to those who are 65-years-old and older and with chronic medical conditions, uring them to stay home.
He captioned the post, “See, the important thing is that you stay at home,” Schwarzenegger said while feeding carrots to his horses. “Because there is a curfew now. No one is allowed out, especially someone who is, like, 72 years old. After you’re 65, you’re not allowed out of the house anymore in California.”