a man <wearing thick layers of surgical masks>

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There appears to have something incorrect to me in the expression "a man wearing thick layers of surgical masks." Is it proper English?


An aphrodisiac peddler, Cheng Yong is in financial trouble. His store has not been making profits for a long time and his father urgently needs a large sum of money for brain surgery.

One day a man wearing thick layers of surgical masks comes to his shop. He asks Cheng to bring a cheap drug from India in return for a large sum of money.

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