Instagram model Ava Louise filmed herself licking an airplane toilet seat as part of a “coronavirus challenge,” Insider reports. The young woman later claimed that “rich blonde b*tches” can’t get the virus.
Like those of many other Instagram celebrities, Ava’s page on the social media platform is filled almost exclusively with photos of herself in swimwear, as well as selfies and occasional nude shots.
Her Twitter feed is similar, filled with selfies, sexy pics, and other posts one would expect from such a niche celebrity. It also contains her thoughts on various issues.
Over the weekend, the coronavirus was apparently on the young woman’s mind. In a tweet, she showed herself demonstrating how little she’s concerned about the global pandemic, which she showed off by licking an airplane toilet seat.
Not long after it was posted, the tweet generated plenty of disgust on Twitter.
In a series of follow-up tweets, Ava not only addressed the disgust she’d generated in her users but also seemed to deflect concerns that she might get COVID-19.
As for the sanitary-ness of putting one’s tongue on a toilet seat — one used by strangers and cleaned by strangers — Ava tried to make a comparison to a sex act, saying that such an act is no different than analingus.
“I’ve eaten a dudes [sic] a** how is this different jeez,” she wrote.
Regarding whether or not she’s put herself at risk for contracting COVID-19 from the stunt, she says that she’s immune, for a couple of reasons. For one, she claims the virus can’t kill her because she uses Facebook, although she didn’t specify what the connection is. She also noted that “hot blondes” can recover from anything, and that, “just like the gays, rich blonde b*tches are IMMUNE.”
Ava also noted that her mother was concerned about the stunt, but admitted that she only did it for the “clout.”
Further, she tried to equate what she did to something of a conversation-starter, saying that “transphobia is grosser than me licking a toilet.” She also pointed out that “racism is bad” and “gay people are good.”
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the quest for internet fame and/or notoriety has led to some questionable stunts in the past, including some that ended in jail time. For example, for a few weeks in the summer of 2019, social media users were taking the tops off of ice cream containers in grocery stores, licking them, then putting them back on the shelves. At least one man got less internet fame and more legal trouble — a 30-day jail sentence — for his efforts.