In Arizona, a man was arrested for coughing at a gas station: what is he accused of
A 23-year-old California resident was arrested in Arizona after he reportedly coughed specially on the handle of a gasoline gun at a gas station in Yuma, writes Fox News.
Local media have reported that city officials have been warned of a Facebook video showing the incident. This happened on April 4th.
The suspect, whose name is not called, allegedly mentioned the coronavirus.
Coronavirus is a highly contagious disease that has spread throughout the world since its inception in Wuhan, China. The virus can be transmitted in small droplets by coughing or sneezing.
Channel ABC 15 reported that after the arrest, the suspect did not show any symptoms of coronavirus infection, but this does not mean that he is not infected, as carriers of the virus may be asymptomatic.
The man was reportedly “inspired” by other videos posted on the Internet. Now he can be accused of illegal use of infectious biological substances.
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