Coronavirus challenge: Man who licked toilet bowl now fighting for life

Coronavirus challenge which leads people to lick objects in public places is now costing them their lives. Some are ending up in hospitals with the deadly virus.

A man filmed himself licking the toilet bowl in the coronavirus challenge is now ill fighting the deadly virus.

The coronavirus challenge began after a Tik Tok influencer filmed herself licking aeroplane toilet and shared her video on Tik Tok.

The 21-year-old Californian influencer has said he is in a hospital with coronavirus.

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Larz, 21, is from Beverly Hills and revealed on twitter he is in a hospital with coronavirus. he was hospitalized just days after posting a video of himself licking the toilet bowl.

The twitter account of Larz has been deleted. Larz was part of the craze where youngsters were seen licking tubs of ice cream in supermarkets.

He had tweeted ‘I tested positive for coronavirus’.

The coronavirus challenge has led many sharing their videos on various forms of social media. The bizarre video of people licking objects has been circulating on social media for a while now.

These shocking videos are in direct contradictions of what health experts have been advising to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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

The Tik Tok influence who started the coronavirus by licking the aeroplane toilet is less concerned about what the craze has gone into.

She said if people are getting sick by following her it’s their problem.

Many followed the challenge and some are even being arrested for causing a threat to other people.

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.’ 

Another one seen doing the bizarre coronavirus challenge thing.

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