A university student was shocked when she found out that another student had been cloning her social media posts for two years. Chloe Cowan found out that one girl had been mimicking her pictures and “stalked her to the extreme.”
Although similar posts on social media are not avoidable, the copycat with the name “Honey Basra” took things to a whole new level. Not only was she following Chloe’s outfits and poses, but she also copied her captions.
Chloe’s sister Linzi took to Facebook to warn people of dangers of social media:
“My sister Chloe is at Dundee University and another girl living in Dundee (who my sister wasn’t aware of until this week) has been reenacting her life on Instagram for almost two years.
This girl’s stalking behavior is to the extreme of reenacting videos of a photo album that Chloe posted of my dad who passed away (gives me the shivers when I think about it).”
It is unclear why the girl is copying Chloe, but many believed that she may like her posts and wanted to get the same attention as well.
However, Chloe’s sister said that what “Honey Basra” is doing is not okay. In fact, Chloe is now worried that if she’ll post something, the other girl will follow her again. Linzi said that “Imitation is flattering, but this is just too far.”
Linzi said she believes the girl is from London and started mimicking her sister after moving to Dundee because she had no social media profiles.
She shared a series of photos comparing her sister’s original Instagram posts to the woman’s own lookalike version.
It was claimed that Basra even copied Chloe’s Instagram name of ChloeCowan17xo with her own, HoneyBasra18xo.
After Linzi’s post became viral with over 11,000 shares, the copycat Instagram account has now been deleted, and the girl appears to have vanished.
Missionary Killed With Arrows By Endangered Tribe He Tried To Convert To Christianity
Reports are saying that the culprits couldn’t be persecuted.
An American missionary has recently been slain by an endangered tribe. According to reports, he bravely went to their remote island with an intention to convert them to Christianity – he ended up getting rained by arrows instead.
27-year-old John Allen Chau went to the North Sentinel Island of the isolated Andaman Islands in India. Apparently, he paid local fisherman to take him there on a boat and then he eventually went there alone using a canoe.
American missionary John Allen Chau, 27, wanted to preach the gospel to an isolated tribe.
Chinese Police Busts Criminal Gang Selling Fake Durex Recycled From Used Condoms
Chinese authorities busted a counterfeit-condom ring running perhaps one of the most unique salvage operations known to man. The gang made $7 million in recycling used condoms and selling them as new to motels, supermarkets, and vending machines.
Police have arrested 17 people and seized more than 500,000 boxes of counterfeit condoms in a crackdown in Eastern and Central China. The fake rubbers are packed in boxes printed with major brand names like Durex and Okamoto.
Teenagers Are Setting Themselves On Fire For Likes In New Social Media Challenge
This is the most dangerous social media challenge to date!
Social media challenges are certainly an easy way to boost your popularity, but at what cost? Teenagers are currently setting themselves on fire as part of a dangerous new trend. Unfortunately, most of these children are ending up in the hospital with severe burns and life-threatening injuries.
The Fire Challenge is the new social media craze that is gaining popularity. It was inspired by YouTuber 1BlazinEagle1, who recorded a 2012 video of being doused in alcohol and setting his chest hair on fire. The video has already earned thousands of likes, inspiring aspiring social media stars to copy the act.
The latest social media challenge is ridiculously dangerous yet teenagers keep trying it.