Incredibly bizarre footage has been shared on social media showing a woman licking everything she touches while shopping in a supermarket. Watch below:
Jodie Meschuk, thought to be from Colorado, US, is well-known for her outlandish views on vaccinations and the pandemic.
As part of her attempts to convince people to 'be free', her latest stunt has seen her visit a local supermarket and lick anything and everything.
In a video posted to her now-deleted/suspended Instagram account, Meschuk can be seen wandering around a grocery store, licking the shopping trolley, door handles and even a fridge.
The controversial video was captioned: "Germs fortify your immune system. Exposure to germs builds defenses against asthma and allergies. Microbes help digestion."
Adding: "Love over fear, not law."
In the past, Meschuk has hit the headlines for wild claims that she has allegedly discovered a method of 'reversing autism'.
Over the years, she has gained some support in the anti-vaxx community, with 16,000 followers on Facebook.
Earlier this year, Sir David Attenborough hit out at anti-vaxxers, branding them ignorant.
Appearing on the UK's Channel 4 to discuss a review looking at the connection between economics and the environment, Sir David said the wider community shouldn't listen to anti-vaxxers.
"It is an ignorance of medical fact and if you don't understand it, it's very easy to mistrust it," he said.
"After all, you're dealing with something precious with your own body, your own life, and you wish to protect that. Quite right too.
"And if you don't understand what a vaccination actually does, and to some degree how it does it, then you say, 'Keep off me.'
"If there are people who say that and then get the upper hand in trying to persuade people and frightening people who don't understand, then you're in a serious situation."
Sir David added that pandemics have come and gone during human history and this one has been particularly bad.
"Pandemics are not new," he said.
"I mean, there was the Black Death, there have been pestilences and what has happened now, apart from everything else, is the ease one pandemic can overcome the entire world, it can travel everywhere because we can," he told Jon Snow.
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