Naomi Campbell has long been an advocate of staying germ-free while traveling.
The supermodel even posted a video of her intense pre-flight ritual, which involved wiping down everything close to her airplane seat with Dettol anti-bacterial wipes, last year.
So, it’s perhaps no surprise the 49-year-old has opted to step things up considerably amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Campbell recently posted several images of herself boarding a plane at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday while wearing a hazmat suit, a pair of goggles, a face mask and pink latex gloves.
In one photo, she poses inside Tom Bradley International Terminal with her suitcase, while another shows her on-board a plane wearing a cape draped over the protective suit, with one latex-covered hand clutching her mobile phone to her ear and the other gripping on to a transparent plastic bag.
Campbell captioned the images with the words, “Safety First. NEXT LEVEL,” before pledging to post a “full video” on her YouTube channel shortly.
While the supermodel’s precautionary outfit was given the seal of approval by many of her followers, others accused her of making light of the deadly outbreak, which has infected over a 100,000 people and killed over 4,000 across the world.