Man Arrested for YouTube Baby Food Threat
Dunn claimed that, at his direction, employees of the company added cyanide to millions of jars of the baby food and that it was "too late" because they had already shipped to consumers. Gerber has yet to find any evidence that its baby food has been poisoned or tampered with in any way. The company is reassuring its customers that even though it is confident no poisoning has taken place, it is still taking the threat very seriously.
This is not the first time Trashman has attracted attention online. He has previously posted videos in which he claimed to have infected numerous woman with HIV, and claimed the FBI was on his payroll. Dunn faces charges of sending threats and falsely claiming to have tampered with a consumer product, both of which carry a maximum sentence of five years in prison. [Source: Reuters]