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Taking the p**s Anti-vaxxer tells followers to drink their urine in bid to counteract Covid-19 vaccine

"I haven't talked about it much openly… but I do this every single day"

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Anti-vaxxer Christopher Key has told his followers to drink their own urine in a bid to stop the Covid-19 virus.

The American man, who is the founder of “Vaccine Police”, was recently released from prison in Alabama for criminal trespassing.

Taking to Telegram, he shared a video discussing his theory.

He said that those who have had blood clots and other ailments following the Covid-19 vaccine have had their side-effects cured by urine therapy. However, there is no medical research available to substantiate the claim.

Key told his followers that a doctor, who showed him the data to support it, said that the way to counteract the vaccine is to drink your own urine.

“This is the antidote. I have practiced this myself for over 20 years.”

“I haven't talked about it much openly… but I do this every single day.”

“The antidote for those who have been vaccinated is to drink your own urine.”

“Christopher Key is not telling you guys to do that. Christopher Key is telling you that's what he does.”

“The antidote that we have seen now, and we have tons and tons of research, is urine therapy. OK, and I know to a lot of you this sounds crazy, but guys, God’s given us everything we need.”

Responding to his claim, people following the Vaccine Police account on Telegram shared their experience with "urotherapy."

“Yep, I tried it about three years ago for around 2 months. In the morning is best. Mine tasted quite pleasant like Bovril,” one person using the name John Doe said.

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Another added: “I didn’t find that it did anything for me.”

"It's gross only if you're gross and your diet is gross," said another.

"Otherwise it's your God-given default medicine hidden from you from the same cartel running the scam."

"It could work," wrote one user who thanked Key for the information.

“I’d be down to rub it on my face, but I don’t know about drinking it,” shared another person.

Meanwhile some other people were not as easily convinced.

“Have you lost your mind? This has to be a joke. Disgusting!”

Another slammed the suggestion saying: “Jesus never told us to do this. What would God say and Jesus do?”

“How on earth would that possibly do anything of the sort? Sounds like a joke.”

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