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Hoax - "Watch This Man Accidentally Slip after Epic Selfie Capture at Devil's Pool"

The social networking post below: "Watch this man accidentally slip after EPIC SELFIE capture at Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls," is a hoax. There is no video of a man who accidentally slipped and fell at Victoria Falls Devil's Pool. The hoax was designed by cybercriminals to lure persons to a malicious website that will trick them into installing malware and other dangerous software.
Hoax - "Watch This Man Accidentally Slip after Epic Selfie Capture at Devil's Pool"
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Hoax - "Watch This Man Accidentally Slip after Epic Selfie Capture at Devil's Pool"


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Hoax - "Watch This Man Accidentally Slip after Epic Selfie Capture at Devil's Pool"

The social networking post below: "Watch this man accidentally slip after EPIC SELFIE capture at Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls," is a hoax. There is no video of a man who accidentally slipped and fell at Victoria Falls Devil's Pool. The hoax was designed by cybercriminals to lure persons to a malicious website that will trick them into installing malware and other dangerous software.

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Victoria Falls or Mosi-oa-Tunya, is a waterfall in southern Africa on the Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The Video Hoax: Watch This Man Accidentally Slip after EPIC SELFIE Capture at Devil's Pool

Man taking selfie picture at Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls

Watch this man accidentally slip after EPIC SELFIE capture at Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls Devil's Pool, Victoria Falls-

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