With the coronavirus pandemic encouraging new standards in personal hygiene, a woman in Pennsylvania deliberately coughed on $35,000 worth of food at a grocery store.
The woman was apprehended and ultimately arrested by local police. It's unclear if the woman has the coronavirus, but the store's co-owner said he will do everything possible to get her tested.
All of the food in question was promptly thrown into the trash.
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A crisis like the coronavirus pandemic can sometimes bring out the best in people. Over the past few weeks, for example, we've seen a number of stories involving people going out of their way to monetarily help complete strangers pay their bills on time.
At the same time, a crisis like the coronavirus can also bring out the worst in people. While some folks are selfishly hoarding enough toilet paper to last for months on end, others are using the coronavirus as an opportunity to scam unsuspecting victims out of their hard-earned money.
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