A man licked a row of deodorant in a Missouri Walmart when he was referring to a coronavirus, which disturbs the video broadcasts.
"We are taking these complaints seriously and would like to thank everyone who reported the video so that the problem could be handled", police say said in a statement Monday while announcing the man's arrest.
"Don't touch your mouth", Pfister says after his disgusting deed.
"Her parents must be so proud", wrote one woman.
After the video was posted, many disgusted people responded to the video calling for the man to be identified and "locked up".
Pfister's video went viral, and he was soon outed.
He was arrested on March 23 at a residence in Warrenton after the March 11 incident at the Walmart, Lt. Justin Unger told The Post.
Police say the video gained global attention, and the department has received reports about the video from locals, nearby residents and people from the Netherlands, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Pfister was taken into custody earlier this week, and Warren County prosecutors charged him yesterday with making a terrorist threat.
Police said that he had had prior convictions for burglary, being caught with burglary tools, theft of a firearm, and driving while under the influence and was already known to the police department.
On Tuesday, the Department of Justice said anyone who carries out the "purposeful exposure and infection of others with COVID-19" would face federal terrorism charges.
With around 800 deaths from coronavirus in the United States, it's hard to imagine how some people are foolish enough to do things that could severely increase that number in order to get attention on social media.