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Corona virus hoax of the men in hazmat suits carry the liquid to that of the New York City subway, the causes of the spectacle

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On top of one of New York City’s subway were found to be on the receiving end of a corona virus hoax that resulted in a bit of a mess.

In a now-viral video posted to Instagram, the two men sitting on the side of an MTA subway car, while wearing a white hazmat suits, masks and gloves.

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The passenger of the car is given with a smile, in a park, or stare at it in apparent confusion as the two men casually for the train ride. One of the men is holding a clear container with “warning” written to indicate that the liquid contents can be potentially dangerous.

“Is that a corona virus?” is a human-like voice in the background.

“That’s not kool-aid,” one of the passengers said to the men.

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If the man in the container starts to open, some of the passengers started to leave their homes. In just a few seconds, the man in the hazmat suit, something to get up out of his seat and pretends to fall to the floor — spillage of an unknown substance on the floor.

The hysterical passengers, most of whom seemed to understand the stunt was a hoax, and started to flee the area to avoid contact with the liquid.

“Gotta love new york!!” one Instagram user commented on the video.

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“If you’re dumb enough to believe it, and that’s how it would be to travel with it, you deserve to be deceived,” another person wrote.

Not all of the Instagrammers thinking that it was a stunt, it was funny.

“It was a really stupid thing to do. Someone has to get hurt. It would be the people to do silly things, just to take in the sights,” said one.

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“This is the evil person that everyone else carried, or one is afraid to have a heart attack. Too bad these guys are, thinking that this would be a good joke,” someone else said.

As of Wednesday afternoon, the number of people who have been diagnosed with the corona virus, which is also known as the COVID-19, it has reached 45,171 globally, and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). So far, more than 1,100 of the dead.

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