The discovery of a cut off pair of jean shorts led the police to local resident Michael Scott's home nearby. Scott sobbingly pleads guilty to the crime through a series of whale-like moans.
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Viral Message Example - Early Thursday morning, around 3am, Orlando police received a 911 call claiming sounds of gunshots near Orange Blossom Trail. Police arrived to find the confusing scene of a once thriving, but now bankrupt Blockbuster storefront had been littered with bullets.
After a few hours of investigation, the discovery of a cut off pair of jean shorts led the police to local resident Michael Scott's home nearby. Scott sobbingly plead guilty to the crime through a series of whale-like moans. He claimed that this was an act of rage after losing a bidding match for one of the few remaining The Little Mermaid VHS tapes.
Scott(Ebay Username: VaginalHairShaman) lost the bidding war at a whopping $300 around 2am. He then decided to use the money to purchase a firearm from a sketchy homeless man behind a Winn-Dixie near the expired Block Buster store. Scott faces 2 years in the county jail and a $5000 fine.
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The viral news is created by users of a prank site as a part of a prank and is being shared among the people. There is no information available apart from react365.com to confirm the truth of this news.The website clearly mentions in its information below the page “This website is an entertainment website, news are created by users. These are humourous news, fantasy, fictional, that should not be seriously taken or as a source of information.”.
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