Social media influencer warns of dangerous practice to watch for in public bathrooms

A social media influencer opened a lot of eyes with an alarming video he shared about toilet paper in public bathrooms.

Dane Jones, who has 7.9 million followers on TikTok, revealed a dangerous practice drug users employ to clean their needles, telling friends and family that the warning “could save their life.”

“If your toilet paper looks like this in a public restroom you need to get out as fast as possible,” Jones explained, showcasing a toilet paper dispenser with the side removed.

“If you look closely you will see a bunch of tiny red blood splotches. That is not from someone’s bloody nose or little accident,” he continued. “It’s from someone cleaning their needles – dirty needles to be exact.”

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The influencer explained the “lifelong” risks that can come with a single drop of blood.

“We don’t know if this was one person or multiple people cleaning their needles from injecting drugs,” Jones said. “Keep in mind if you are using this toilet paper to clean yourself, all it takes is one tiny drop of blood to enter your system.

“‘You could easily contract a lifelong virus like HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C and hepatitis B.”

The warning carried over to X, formerly known as Twitter… here’s a quick sampling of some of the responses to the story seen there:


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