The 22-year-old influencer from Miami shared the now-viral clip over the weekend, which had the song "It's Corona Time" play in the background.
"Please RT this so people can know how to properly be sanitary on the airplane," she tweeted alongside her TikTok video.
The video amassed over 325,000 views, and caused outrage online, with viewers claiming that not only could she get sick but she could infect others who could be at a high-risk.
It's incredibly selfish.
"It's sad that elderly will likely die, and people like this will live," a person wrote and another added, "Nice way to get sick dummy. There is more than covid 19 on that toilet seat. She may want to invest in toilet paper for those horrible stomach bugs she just licked up."
"I just want to say, this isn't worth it. You don't have to lick toilet seats for the Internet likes to feel good about yourself," a user tweeted. "Ppl will like anything. It doesn't define you or your worth. Don't endanger yourself & others for the attention of strangers. Love yourself."
"Someone seems a little desperate for attention," another wrote.
Unfortunately, Louise has lapped up (sorry) the attention. She has been re-tweeting stories about her, but she has also said she "doesn't care" because she's "blonde, rich and skinny."
"I can recover from anything cuz of hot girl privilege," she added.
Lord have mercy on us all.