Male Flight Attendant With Monkeypox Claims He Caught It From Dirty Hotel Room Or On Airplane!

Many still think the monkeypox pandemic is just a problem in the gay community. Well, Media Take Out has learned that a popular Tiktoker is offering proof that this is not the case. According to the influencer, who also works as a flight attendant, he contracted the disease on a dirty plane or in an unsanitary hotel room.

@ava__monet monkeypox as a working flight attendant #monkeypox #flightattendant #hotel #fyp #letsgoinsane ♬ Original sound – Ava Monet Josh Jones

The flight attendant, who follows Josh Jones on TikTok, flies for a US airline (which he does not name) and suffered skin lesions during a business trip in Florida. He visited the emergency room, was tested and the test confirmed he had monkeypox, although the spread of the lesions across his body made that clear before the results even came in.

The CDC has warned that monkeypox is primarily spread through men who have sex with men. However, Jones, who is gay, denies that he contacted monkeypox in this way. When asked by viewers, he replied:

“No, I’ve been in contact with someone or had sex or whatever you think because apparently flight attendants are whores. I know I got it on the plane or in a dirty hotel or another crew member may have had it or come in contact with me.”

The CDC states that monkeypox can spread through direct contact or by touching objects, including fabrics and surfaces, used by an infected person.

@ava__monet Day 6 with monkeypox #flightattendant #monkeypox #fyp ♬ Original sound – Ava Monet Josh Jones

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