Authorities have charged a man accused of licking deodorants in a Walmart store in Missouri during the coronavirus outbreak for making a terroristic threat.
Authorities charged Cody Lee Pfister, 26, after they found what they said was a video of a man licking the items in the Walmart store.
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A video posted on social media shows a man saying to the camera, “Who’s scared of the coronavirus? Don’t touch your mouth” before licking the line of deodorants on the store shelf.
The City of Warrenton, Missouri’s, Police Department released a statement Monday that said “a local resident who took a video of themselves licking the merchandise after making a ‘Corona Virus’ statement at Walmart and posting it to social media has been taken into custody.”
The Warren County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office then charged Pfister with making a terrorist threat in the second degree, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. (Read more from “Man Accused of Licking Walmart Deodorants Charged With Making Terrorist Threat (VIDEO)” HERE)