Fame-Seeking Man Contracts CO.VID-19 After Licking Toilet Bow As Part Of Co.ro.na.vi.rus Challenge

Aadhya Khatri - Mar 26, 2020


Fame-Seeking Man Contracts CO.VID-19 After Licking Toilet Bow As Part Of Co.ro.na.vi.rus Challenge

A man went to a public toilet cubicle and licked the bow as part of the Co.ro.na.vi.rus challenge. Karma for him, he later tested positive for CO.VID-19

It seems like there is nothing attention seekers are not willing to do to attract more views for their content. When the CO.VID-19 pandemic is turning people’s lives upside down, a trend called the “Coronavirus challenge” is gaining popularity and raising eyebrows at the same time.

Participants of this challenge films themselves licking unhygienic objects and post the video on social media, often TikTok.

An “influencer” named Ava Louise licked a toilet seat on an airplane as part of this challenge. She even bad mouth people who have contracted the Coronavirus. Another man attempts the same thing. He went to a public toilet cubicle and licked the bow. Karma for him, he later tested positive for CO.VID-19.

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An “influencer” named Ava Louise licked a toilet seat on an airplane as part of this challenge

At this point, we have no idea if he contracts the virus while committing that disgusting act, but the disease might teach him a lesson on what to do and what not to do.

Health officials said that this challenge was highly irresponsible and it might help the virus spreads further.

Now back to Ava Louise, she later explained that she was tired of the pandemic being more popular than her.

According to some Chinese researchers, one of the reasons why COVID-19 spreads so fast is that the virus can live in feces of infected people. The experts come up with this conclusion after they found virus particles in stool specimens, suggesting a fecal-oral pathway for infection.

So next time when you see some challenges on TikTok, especially at this trying time as this, think twice before you commit.

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