The deadly coronavirus has changed the world forever, disrupted lives and families everywhere, but still, there are a few people who refuse to take it seriously. In one such instance, a man in Ireland threw a huge tantrum and smashed dozens of liquor bottles after being asked to wear a mask! Covidiot, much? Also Read - Twitter Calls Trump a 'Covidiot' After Video of Him Removing Mask & Gasping For Breath Goes Viral | Watch

Footage of the incident shows the man dressed in a black hooded jacket and grey sweatpants, smashing wine and liquor bottles at a Tesco store in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland, on October 21. Dozens of liquor bottles are seen broken on the ground while he continues breaking all the bottles from the shelves while staring directly at the onlookers. Also Read - Covidiot! Australian Woman Smashes Police Officer's Head Into Concrete When Told to Wear a Mask

“A very sad day watching all the whiskey and wine gone to waste,” wrote Martin Quinn, who recorded this video.

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In a statement, Tesco said, “We confirm that there was an incident at our Drogheda West Street store on Wednesday. The shop is functioning normally after the incident. An investigation by An Garda Síochána is now underway and we apologize to all customers who were in the store when this happened.”

After the ruckus, 33-year-old Graham McCormack was charged with causing criminal damage to several bottles of whiskey and wine. Local reports said the man refused bail terms, which included staying away from all Tesco locations in the country and remaining sober, and was set to appear in court on October 23.

He has also been ordered to receive a psychiatric evaluation by Judge Eirinn McKiernan.