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A Twitter user has been exposed for drinking beer out of a toilet after saying they refuse to take a coronavirus vaccine.
Several vaccines have recently been in the news recently as researchers weigh up their efficacy for various communities, with some now being rolled out in countries including the UK and US after vigorous and conclusive testing.
But while a vaccine is the light at the end of the tunnel many have been pining for, not everyone's sold just yet - citing fears that the government are putting microchips into us, or that they don't trust what's in the vaccine itself.
Sharing a tweet from one such sceptic, one person pointed out that this particular anti-vaxxer had previously been more than happy to drink beer from a toilet - for a $50 bet, but still.
Posting the tweet and the screenshot to a conversation, the person wrote: "Lol we don't stand a chance."
The original tweet read: "There's no way I'm taking that vaccine, y'all really gonna put some weird s*** in your body without questioning it."
They also added four crying-with-laughter emojis.
The next screenshot showed a conversation between the person who supposedly sent the tweet and one of their friends, recalling a time they'd been dared to drink from a toilet.
"You remember freshman year when we filled that toilet with Natty Lite and give you $50 to drink it lol?" the friend asked.
"BROOO s*** was geezyyy but yuhhh I remember, why what's up?" the other responded.
The chat concluded with the first person saying: "Nah no reason it juts crossed my mind, have a gn bro."
The original tweeter later got wind of the viral post - which has racked up more than 364,000 likes and more than 32,000 retweets - messaging their supposed pal to say: "Bro I'm not even mad y'all frying me or whateva but why they makin fun of my name??? B****es love b-dog man twitter wack."
The World Health Organisation has stressed that vaccination in general is a 'safe' process, and that side effects are usually 'minor or temporary'.
"More serious side effects are possible, but extremely rare," its website says.
"Any licensed vaccine is rigorously tested across multiple phases of trials before it is approved for use, and regularly reassessed once it is introduced. Scientists are also constantly monitoring information from several sources for any sign that a vaccine may cause health risks.
"Remember, you are far more likely to be seriously injured by a vaccine-preventable disease than by a vaccine."
Find out more about coronavirus and vaccination via the World Health Organisation.
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