1. Man, 26, who filmed himself licking toiletries in Walmart charged with making a terrorist threat  Daily Mail
  2. Missouri man charged after allegedly licking Walmart items amid coronavirus fears  Fox News
  3. Man licked deodorant at Walmart while saying 'coronavirus': cops  New York Post
  4. Man licked deodorant in a Walmart for coronavirus prank video, authorities say  CBS News
  5. A man accused of licking deodorants in a Missouri Walmart charged with making a terrorist threat  AOL
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Cody Pfister, 26, of Warrenton, Missouri, uploaded the video to Snapchat on March 11 and was charged on Tuesday with 'knowingly causing a fear involving danger to life existed.'Cody Pfister, 26, of Warrenton, Missouri, uploaded the video to Snapchat on March 11 and was charged on Tuesday with 'knowingly causing a fear involving danger to life existed.'

Man, 26, who filmed himself licking toiletries in Walmart charged with making a terrorist threat  | Daily Mail Online

A 26-year-old Missouri man was arrested this week after he allegedly made a video of himself licking items at a Walmart in an attempt to mock the coronavirus, which has killed thousands of people across the globe.A 26-year-old Missouri man was arrested this week after he allegedly made a video of himself licking items at a Walmart in an attempt to mock the coronavirus, which has killed thousands of people

Police: Missouri man who licked Walmart items to mock coronavirus charged with making terrorist threat | TheHill

A 26-year-old Missouri man was arrested this week after he allegedly made a video of himself licking items at a Walmart in an attempt to mock the coronavirus, which has killed thousands of people across the globe.A 26-year-old Missouri man was arrested this week after he allegedly made a video of himself licking items at a Walmart in an attempt to mock the coronavirus, which has killed thousands of people

Police: Missouri man who licked Walmart items to mock coronavirus charged with making terrorist threat | TheHill

A man accused of licking items in a Walmart store during the coronavirus outbreak has been charged with making a terror threat.A man accused of licking items in a Walmart store during the coronavirus outbreak has been charged with making a terror threat.

A man accused of licking deodorants in a Missouri Walmart charged with making a terrorist threat - AOL News

WARRENTON, Mo. – A Missouri man accused of tampering with merchandise at a local Walmart as part of a coronavirus prank video has been charged with making terrorist threats. The video shows 26-year-old Cody Lee Pfister, of Warrenton, asking, “Who’s scared of coronavirus?” before licking several sticks of deodorant, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. […]WARRENTON, Mo. – A Missouri man accused of tampering with merchandise at a local Walmart as part of a coronavirus prank video has been charged with making terrorist threats. The video shows 26-year…

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A Warrenton man was charged with making a terrorist threat after he filmed himself licking bunch of items at Walmart. "Who's afraid of the coronavirus?"...A Warrenton man was charged with making a terrorist threat after he filmed himself licking bunch of items at Walmart. "Who's afraid of the coronavirus?"...

Missouri Walmart Coronavirus Licker Charged With 'Terrorist Threat' | News Blog

The video gained international attention with people from the Netherlands, Ireland and the UK contacting the local police about the video.The video gained international attention with people from the Netherlands, Ireland and the UK contacting the local police about the video.

'Who's scared of the coronavirus?': Man arrested after licking Walmart products in Missouri | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports

“Who’s scared of the coronavirus?” Cody Lee Pfister says to the camera before licking a row of deodorant sticks on a Walmart store shelf.“Who’s scared of the coronavirus?” Cody Lee Pfister says to the camera before licking a row of deodorant sticks on a Walmart store shelf.

Man Filmed Licking Products At Walmart Charged With Making Terrorist Threat | HuffPost Canada

WARRENTON, Mo. – A Missouri man accused of tampering with merchandise at a local Walmart as part of a coronavirus prank video has been charged with making terrorist threats. RELATED: Full coverage of the coronavirus outbreak The video shows 26-year-old Cody Lee Pfister, of Warrenton, asking, “Who’s scared of coronavirus?” before licking several sticks of […]WARRENTON, Mo. – A Missouri man accused of tampering with merchandise at a local Walmart as part of a coronavirus prank video has been charged with making terrorist threats. RELATED: Full coverage …

Man accused of licking Walmart items in COVID-19 prank charged with making terrorist threats | CBS 17

A 26-year-old Missouri man seen in a social media video licking items at a Walmart to mock fears of the coronavirus pandemic was arrested and charged with making a terrorist threat. Cody Lee Pfister, 26, posted a video on social media of himself licking deodorants at a Warrenton Walmart. He's been charged with terrorist threats.

A Missouri man who allegedly filmed himself licking a bunch of deodorant for sale at Walmart is now charged with making terrorist threats. Police in Warrenton, 55 miles west of St. Louis, said they received... Crime News Summaries. | NewserCody Pfister of Missouri charged with making terrorist threats

Walmart's Mystery Deodorant Licker Is Allegedly Found

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the video shows 26-year-old Cody Lee Pfister, of Warrenton, Missouri, asking, “Who’s scared of coronavirus?” before licking several sticks of deodorant.The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the video shows 26-year-old Cody Lee Pfister, of Warrenton, Missouri, asking, “Who’s scared of coronavirus?” before licking several sticks of deodorant.

CORONAVIRUS: St. Louis-area man charged after police say he licked items at Walmart to make fun of COVID-19 fears

The unsanitary suspect -- identified only as a “local resident” by Warrenton police -- can be seen dragging his tongue across a row of personal hygiene products on a 5-second viral video clip posted to Twitter.A self-described “nasty moths f–ker” licked a row of deodorant at a Missouri Walmart, and then asked, “Who’s scared of coronavirus?” revolting video shows. The

Man licked deodorant at Walmart while saying 'coronavirus': cops

Man does silly prank online and gets people from across the world to report him to the policeThis week, the Police Department of Warrenton Missouri arrested and took into custody a man after he posted a video of himself licking a bunch of items in

Man Who Filmed Himself Licking Walmart Goods In Coronavirus Video Charged With Making A "Terror Threat" | IFLScience

26-year-old Cody Pfister from Missouri has been arrested and charged with making a terrorist threat after he recorded himself licking Walmart products...Earlier this week, we told you about a viral video that has been circulated on social media showing a man licking the items on an entire Walmart shelf amid the global coronavirus pandemic. You can watch the disgusting video below: In the video, the young man looks at the camera…

The widely-shared video shows him looking into the camera and asking, "Who's scared of coronavirus?" before licking a row of deodorant sticks on a shelf.

Man licks deodorant in Walmart for virus prank video, police say

Cody Pfister could face up to four years in prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both.Cody Pfister could face up to four years in prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both.

Walmart Deodorant Licker Charged With 'Terrorist Threat' Amid Coronavirus Outbreak