It happened again, this time in Canada. Somehow, I have the feeling that this will keep happening. A few days ago Canadian police livestreamed a press conference on Facebook about a double homicide using a filter that made an officer appear to have whiskers and cat ears.

A spokesman for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police of British Columbia apologized for the “technical difficulties,” and explained that an “automatic setting” on Facebook Live had been switched on. The press conference was re-recorded without the cat filter and the new version was posted to Facebook Friday.

The not so funny part of this otherwise hilarious incident is that the press conference addressed the double homicide of American Chynna Noelle Deese, 24, who was visiting her Australian boyfriend, Lucas Robertson Fowler, 23, in Canada for vacation.

In fact so much so, that Facebook banned the photo.

Dominic Ibaos, 16, shared a photo of little Dimitri asleep in his hand in an animal lovers group, but Facebook decided the photo is just too sexy for average people to handle and banned it. I barely managed to stop myself from masturbating when I saw it.

“At that time I didn’t realize it looked like a penis because when I first posted it to Facebook all I saw was a photograph of an innocent puppy.” said Dominic bla bla bla…you can read the whole heartbreaking story somewhere else.




Even though paying 10 bucks to a stranger on Facebook so he can predict your future sounds like a great idea, a young Glaswegian learned the hard way that it is not.

Niamh Gargan, 19, transferred money so she would find out what the future had in store for her. But she was disappointed when psychic ‘Brodie Mcdougall’ came up with 100% accurate insights that she was ‘into beauty and hair’ and wanted to ‘settle down with someone’. She was still willing to listen to Brodie, until she predicted she was soon to fall pregnant. ‘I can’t have children,’ Niamh replied, only to be told: ‘You adopted one x’

She has now shared screenshots of their conversations to warn other people that they may not get a legitimate psychic reading if they sign up via Facebook. The screenshots also show that apart from being an excellent psychic, Brodie McDougall has also amazing spelling and grammar skills.