Yes folks, this story officially “takes the cake.”
We can now safely say that human idiocy, apparently, knows no bounds.
According to Alexandra Deabler of Fox News, “A woman has been slammed on social media for an alleged ‘coronavirus challenge’ video that has since gone viral.”
“In the video, which was originally shared to TikTok [TikTok is a Chinese video-sharing social networking service and is used to create short lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos.], the 22-year-old aspiring influencer [An “influencer” is a person with the apparent ability to influence potential buyers of a product or service by promoting or recommending the items on social media.] from Miami is seen licking a toilet seat, allegedly while in an airplane bathroom.”
SHE IS SEEN LICKING A TOILET SEAT IN AN AIRPLANE BATHROOM!
If this girl was an aspiring influencer, I think she just blew it.
I mean…, would you be stupid enough to be influenced by someone gross enough to lick an airplane toilet seat and think that was a good idea?
“Ava Louise has recently gone viral for a bizarre stunt that is getting widely criticized during the global coronavirus pandemic, which is responsible for 68 deaths and at least 3,700 positive cases in the U.S. alone.”
‘“Please [retweet] this so people can know how to properly be sanitary on the airplane,’ she captioned the 6-second clip.”
Brilliant, Ava…, just brilliant.
I’m sure your parents are proud.
“Despite Louise labeling the stunt the ‘coronavirus challenge,’ it does not appear to be an actual social media challenge others are participating in at this time.”
We can only hope.
We can only hope.
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