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Fake Facebook Video Post - "At 17, She did THIS in Public High School"

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Fake Facebook Video Post - "At 17, She did THIS in Public High School"

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The Facebook post "At 17, she did THIS in public high school" is a fake. The post uses a very sexy young lady's buttocks and the caption "[Video] - At 17, she did THIS in public high school," to trick persons into clicking on it. Please do not click on, comment on, "Like" or share this post and report it to Facebook by using the "Report Story or Spam" link.

This is how the fake Facebook post looks:

Fake Facebook Video Post: At 17, she did THIS in public high school

If you click on the post you will be taken to one of the following websites:

  • ivy-tube-2.blogspot.ie
    Website ivy-tube-2.blogspot.ie
  • videostube.me/watchvideo/video.php
    Website videostube.me

Both websites look like a fake copy of popular video sharing website Youtube.com. You will be asked to "Like" the video before you can view it, please do not.

Also, if you click on the fake looking Youtube video player, in an attempt to play the video, you will automatically "Like" the website that you are currently on.

The video that will be shown has nothing to do with the caption "At 17, she did THIS in public high school" or the photo of the young girl in the Facebook post.

The video that is shown is the trailer of a French movie called "17 ans encore bande annonce", translated to English is "17 Again trailer", on YouTube. This movie came out a few years ago.

I think the aim of this Facebook post is to trick as many people as possible into “Liking" it, so it can become popular.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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  • May 1, 2013 at 12:10 PM by info

    <a href="http://www.facebook.com/help/335291769884272/" target="_blank">Click here for information about controlling what you see on your Facebook Timeline or Wall.</a>

    remove

  • May 1, 2013 at 10:28 AM by an anonymous user from Newark, New Jersey, United States

    So how do you remove it from showing up on your wall?

    remove

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Fake Facebook Video Post - "At 17, She did THIS in Public High School"