An assortment of undesirable facets are at play in this COVID-19 tale out of Missouri.

The individual, identified in this Riverfront Times report as 26-year-old Cody Pfister, shared a video to social media in which he asks "who's afraid" of the novel coronavirus. The footage showed him applying his tongue to various items inside a Walmart, with a widely shared screenshot showing that he also utilized the typo-derailed sentence "I'm a nasty moths fucker." There is currently no reason to believe the man intended to declare himself a fucker of moths.

"This particular video, which won't be shared here, has gained some international attention and we have received numerous reports about the video from locals, nearby residents, as well as people from the Netherlands, Ireland, and the United Kingdom," a Warrenton Police Department rep said earlier this week. "We take these complaints very seriously and would like to thank all of those who reported the video so the issue could be addressed."

The Warren County Sheriff's office, meanwhile, commended the city department while lamenting how "frustrating" it was to have wasted "valuable resources" on the Walmart licker.

Pfister has since been charged with making a terrorist threat, which is a low-level felony. 

As you might recall depending on your tolerance level for fuckery these days, a noted Dr. Phil guest recently garnered unnecessary attention via this very publication and beyond for sharing footage of herself licking a toilet amid coronavirus fears. She later clarified the whole thing was a publicity stunt, which she says was orchestrated "because you're all idiots who ruined our country, our economy, and raised clout-chasing idiots like me."