Unbelievable moment Tik Tok jokers wear hazmat suits and gas masks to pick up a Chinese takeaway before declaring it is corona time because they devour chicken satay
- A coronavirus joke shared on Tik Tok has caused anger online
- Men order satay at Chinese restaurant – and pick it up in complete hazmat equipment
- When they sat down to eat their meal, a man said “it’s corona time”
A video of men collecting Chinese food in hazmat suits has caused anger online.
The Tik Tok video, posted on the Auburn 2144 Facebook page, shows three young men in a car ordering takeaway meals from a Chinese restaurant in western Sydney.
One, who gives his name as ‘Leviathan’, orders satay chicken at Golden King in Green Valley, near Liverpool.
One of the men said ‘it’s corona time’ before she devoured chicken satay, dressed in hazmat suits.
Two of the men walk into the restaurant in hazmat suits with hoods complete with rubber gloves, face masks, eye glasses and shoes.
The couple walks quietly to the counter.
“Pick-up for Leviathan,” someone says.
Without raising an eyelid, the waitress gives them the order.
The restaurant appears to be empty and there was no reaction to their costumes that were shown on the video.
One of the men says: ‘It is corona time. It is now corona time before the chicken saté is devoured.
From Friday morning there were 76,188 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, of which 11,774 were in a serious condition and 2245 had died. (Shown is an electron microscope image of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus causing the COVID-19 disease)
One of the men who orders saté picks up for ‘Leviathan’, from Golden King in the west of Sydney
The restaurant seemed empty and the waitress filled their order without comment or hassle
The video led to 221 responses, many of which were critical.
“So wrong!” Kim Williams said.
“How offensive stupid boys grow up completely silly behavior.
“Your parents raised you better than I know they are good people who don’t embarrass them,” another person wrote.
“Stupid idiots, how funny this is,” another person wrote.
From Friday morning there were 76,188 confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, of which 11,774 were in a serious condition and 2245 had died, according to BNO News, which has followed the cases since the outbreak began.
Most cases (74,988) relate to mainland China, although the number of cases in other jurisdictions has risen to 1,200, including 634 on the Diamond Princess cruise ship, 106 in South Korea, 94 in Japan and 85 in Singapore, BNO News reported .
The World Health Organization rated the global level of risk for COVID-19 outbreaks on Wednesday as “high” and said it now has a case fatality rate of 2.3 percent.