"What planet am I on???" This lady was in for a rude (and necessary) awakening when she took to Facebook to whine during a painfully entitled Facebook rant.
The internet is full of lying liars and sadly the burden of routing them out is placed squarely on the general public. Lucky for us there's a hard-researching few who are committed to pointing out the lies. And boy does that justice feel good. Check this out for more liars who got called out on their absurd BS.
Multi-Level Marketing companies employ people to target friends over social media. These companies are basically pyramid schemes that have their employees/victims sell health and beauty products like essential oils, supplements, and makeup. Knowing they are being targeted, some people have chosen to fight back through the fine art of trolling.
Ryan Lochte finally got his punishment for pissing on the wall of a locked service station and pulling a framed poster from the wall in Rio during the Olympics and lying about it saying someone robbed him.
CNN reports that The Liar will serve a 10-month suspension and will be banned from the 2017 World Championships, in addition to monetary losses that are still being determined.
Sue Stenhouse was, until recently, a public servant in charge of Senior Enrichment in Cranston, Rhode Island. When a program began for teens to shovel snow for elderly folks she decided to celebrate the arrangement in a press conference. Apparently, she thought it needed more diversity. Rather than ask an actual elderly woman to stop by and be part of the assembly, she asked a middle-aged, male bus driver to do some character acting.
No one can seem to pry out a reason from her for the deception but she has since resigned. Disappointingly, it seems like no one has tried to interview the bus driver either.
A man in central Texas reported his truck was vandalized by Black Lives Matter supporters Sept. 9, because he had decorated the vehicle with messages saying "Police Lives Matter".
Well, according to the local FOX News affiliate, it turns out that was a complete lie.
Scott Lattin, a disabled veteran, told Whitney police on Sept. 8 someone tagged his truck with "Black Lives Matter" and other graffiti because he displayed pro-police messages and symbols on his pickup.
But on Friday afternoon, Whitney police arrested Lattin on a misdemeanor charge of making a false police report.
Apparently, Lattin made the police report about the spray painting, then further vandalized his own truck before the news got the story.
"We had initial video when the officers took the report and then when we saw your story on Channel 4. When we looked at those two videos, there were some differences in those and that led us to take the investigation into a different direction," Bentley said.
Bentley said when they took the report there was no damage to the inside of the truck. But when FOX4 showed up, Lattin showed that the glove box was ripped off and the seats slashed.
Police arrested Lattin for making a fake police report and the damage totaled the vehicle, adding up to $5,000.
So, I guess the joke's on him??