Fail of the Day: Police Were Called on Swedish Beard Club After Someone Reported Them as ISIS
Via: JP.se
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Not everyone who has a beard is a terrorist—go figure!

The Swedish chapter of Bearded Villains, a beard enthusiast group, were mistaken for the terrorist group ISIS during a retreat where the bearded bros were posing with their flag.

Apparently the group's flag looks similar to the official flag for ISIS. And because beards = terrorists.

According to Swedish media, police showed up to the meeting at Brahehus castle and had a good laugh at the case of mistaken identity.

Check out some more pictures of these burly men on their Instagram.

Louisiana residents think welcome home signs are from ISIS
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Some Louisiana residents are pretty certain that ISIS is coming for them. 

They were tipped off by conspicuous signs popping up in the rural area of Gardner situated in the center of the state. 

Thankfully, it was not the Islamic extremist group and instead someone trying to be friendly. 

According to local news KALB:

The Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office says signs that have popped up in Gardner depicting a message written in another language are written in Hebrew.

RPSO and KALB were contacted by several residents who were concerned about the signs and that they might have been terror message written in Arabic.

The sheriff's office says not to worry, they are actually "welcome home" signs written in Hebrew and not in anyway affiliated with ISIS.

This is just another reminder to not be friendly.

People will always think you are from ISIS. 

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Via: dailyintel
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These three dudes may or may not be involved in some plot that involves attacking President Obama's campaign headquarters in Chicago, as well as Rahm Emanuel's house, which -- given the state of today's political climate -- is a terrible idea.

With loose ties to the Occupy Movement, Jared Chase, Brent Betterly, and Brian Church were arrested a few days ago for allegedly planning a series of attacks in Chicago during today's NATO summit. Police found Molotov cocktails and cited their plans to attack banks, police stations, in addition to aforementioned political stations. The trio's lawyer, Michael Deutsch, says that they are the victims of an elaborate setup:

From what we've learned, we believe it is a setup — entrapment to the highest degree — and it is sensationalism by the police and the state to discredit the protesters who have come here to nonviolently protest.

Government setups aren't anything new, however, the dreadlock-Misfits shirt combo might make people doubtful of your innocence.


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