Raymond Gary Coombs appeared in court, remainded until Thursday waiting for COVID-19 test results.
One charge is of criminal nuisance - and one is of failing to follow a Medical Officer of Health's orders.
The latter charge carries a maximum penalty of six months in prison.
He was refused bail and has been tested for Covid-19.
Coombs sparked outrage over the weekend when he filmed himself coughing and sneezing on customers in the Barrington Fresh Choice – and posted it on Facebook.
Police arrested Coombs on Saturday night.
Judge Jane McMeeken told the court today she considers this serious offending – which has caused concern nationwide.
Coombs was remanded in custody until Thursday – while the court awaits his Covid-19 test results.
If convicted he should be forced to spend the next few months picking up all the face masks and gloves other muppets leave discarded in supermarket car parks.