Published: Thu, March 26, 2020
Global News | By Blake Casey

Influencer reportedly hospitalized with coronavirus after licking toilet

Influencer reportedly hospitalized with coronavirus after licking toilet

She went on to say if her actions lead to other people becoming ill with the deadly virus "that's their problem".

Also known as Larz, he reportedly informed about getting infected to his followers via a video post on Twitter in which he was seen lying on a hospital bed.

The "Coronavirus challenge" involved people on TikTok licking random objects, including toilet seats, grocery store produce and random objects. His account has now been suspended by Twitter.

A reckless influencer in California claims to have been hospitalized with coronavirus shortly after he posted a video of himself licking a toilet seat in a public washroom, as part of a particularly disgusting challenge on TikTok.

The influencer posted a video of the "coronavirus challenge" just days ago.

The social media influencer has previously appeared on the Dr. Phil show, where he drew criticism for boasting about how he'd licked tubs of ice cream before putting them back in store freezers, and claimed he made "lots of money" from his online following. Startling videos have been exchanged across numerous social media platforms in dichotomy to official tips to cease the spread of the possibly fatal bug.

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Not again. People like this need to realise that Covid-19 isn't a joke or a new viral challenge.

The Tik Tok sensation Ava Louise, a 22-year old started the challenge, which started the imitation of a sick trend called coronavirus challenge.

Larz, an influencer based in Beverly Hills, recently took part in the TikTok "coronavirus challenge".

Cody Pfister, the 26-year-old who did the Coronavirus Challenge by licking products at a Missouri Walmart on March 11, was charged on Tuesday with 'knowingly causing a false belief or fear that a condition involving danger to life existed'. The outbreak is spreading rapidly in the U.S. More than 200 Covid-19 deaths were reported in the U.S. on Wednesday.

Another one seen doing the freaky coronavirus challenge thing.

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