Some Brave Soul In A Bud Light Costume Is Now Living In A Glass Box In Downtown Toronto

They're not leaving for two whole weeks.
Toronto Staff Writer
Bud Light Put A Human Can In A Glass Cube In Downtown Toronto (PHOTOS)

If you see a human Bud Light can chilling in a glass box on your walk this week don't worry, it's just Seltzy. 

Bud Light began promoting its new seltzer today by constructing a giant "quarantine box" on top of the Front and Spadina LCBO. 

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The box is home to a "human version" of its Bud Light Seltzer, who, after travelling from the U.S., needs to quarantine for 14 days. 

Seltzy can be spotted doing puzzles, baking and using TikTok to pass the time. 

The living beverage will reportedly be on display until the product's official launch on April 9th.

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