TikTok user ‘Jon-Jon’ (@jonsbones) has gone viral with his extensive collection of human cartilage. The Osteologist (studier of bones) showed off his “pride and joy” to almost half-a-million followers. Viewers have freaked out at the video, with one calling him a “white man who owns minorities’ bones.”
Whether explicit, scary or downright gross, TikTok users love a weird trend! NYC-based bone trader ‘Jon’ has been attracting thousands of viewers with his morbidly curious videos.
Prior to August 12, Jon’s Bones have been relegated to their small corner of the internet with a loyal cult following. When Twitter user Alex Peter shared the video, however, over one-million fresh faces found themselves intrigued.
The TikTok generated mixed feelings among viewers. A lot of them displayed concern with the legitimacy of the bone trading game.
Please stop asking about my human bone collection. It is totally legal pic.twitter.com/LQjCDw0KoW
— Alex Peter (@LolOverruled) August 12, 2021
How many bones does Jon own?
The viral video showed an array of human skulls, spines and even several full-body skeletons. While he hasn’t addressed exactly how many bones are in his collection, Jon certainly has enough to fill an entire room!
According to the man himself, the rarest additions to his back-catalogue include a fetal skull and a skeleton dating back to 1910.
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Jon stated that he doesn’t find the bones “disgusting” and we should start to “de-stigmatise” bone ownership.
Twitter users took offense
Over 900 people replied to Alex’ Tweet, with 7,665 users expressing their opinions via quotes. “Saying he’s sketchy is an understatement,” one user wrote. “I’m a trained bioarcheologist. I’ve assisted in autopsies… you know what I’ve never done? Owned human remains,” said another.
I’m a trained bioarchaeologist. I’ve assisted in autospies, examined 100s of sets of remains, waded through chest deep swamps looking for bodies, and excavated burials. You know what I’ve never done? Owned human remains. Because it’s disgusting and unethical.
— Myra Miller, MA MPH (@Myra_Miller13) August 13, 2021
“This dude seems nice,” one user Tweeted. “But what the f**k?”
This dude gives me such a weird vibe tho… like he seems nice but what the f-ck
— Jesse ☢❔👾💣 (@scaary_vibes) August 12, 2021
Check out Jon’s TikTok for more morbid content!