Two months ago, Busch Light unveiled new designs for its cans and cases of light beer, making the case resemble a fishing tackle box and the cans prominently feature art related to fishing. Judging from a viral video now spreading on TikTok and Twitter, one customer may have been very unhappy about that — well, either that or the Dylan Mulvaney thing.
@chandlerdavidson24 I guess he didnt like the new buschlight cans😂💀#buschlight #fthepolice #walmart ♬ original sound – Chandler Davidson
The TikTok clip, captured by user @charlesdavidson24 yesterday, shows an angry man reportedly in Topeka, Kansas, destroying cases of Busch Light in a Walmart. He smashes several boxes on the ground and chucks some cans at nosy onlookers before Topeka police arrive and peacefully take him away.
"I guess he didn't like the new Busch Light cans," joked the TikToker in the post.
Considering the general hysteria around Anheuser-Busch in recent weeks, others believed the man was so incensed by Busch Light's sister brand (Bud Light) partnering with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney for a single internet ad that he took it upon himself to show his displeasure at Bud Light's marketing team but got confused in the big moment.
he destroyed the wrong beer. He broke the busch light cans 😭 pic.twitter.com/6gRr4HOi3N
— Victoria 🎀 🔆 (@EuphoriTori) April 18, 2023
There is still no known motive for his outburst, so it is possible that the destruction of Busch Light wasn't politically motivated. Still, since the Bud Light controversy is at the top of many's minds thanks to intense media coverage and viral discourse, particularly from conservative organizations, many assume the vandalism had to do with Bud Light's ad and roasted the man for it.
According to a report from local news network WIBW, the man is J Dustin D. Cain, who also at some point prior to his arrest was alleged to have exposed himself to a teen.
Officers were able to apprehend him without using a taser. He has since been transferred to the Department of Corrections on charges of criminal damage to property, battery, assault and lewd conduct.
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