Attention Seeking Meatwagon Claims Fat Guy Beat Up And Kidnapped Kid With Bag Over His Head In Fitchburg Big Lots Parking Lot
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There are two reasons to make up a huge lie on the Internet:
- Scamming people out of money
- Desperation for attention
At least when you’re lying for the first reason your motives are understandable. You’re trying to make a couple bucks because you can attain tangible good and services with currency.
But I’ll be damned if I’ll ever understand why people do stuff like this:
Here’s video surveillance of what trasnpired:
Oh yea, this definitely happened. Just to review:
- Kerrie Adams’ “friend” witnessed a fat guy with long straggly hair kicking the shit out of a 7 or 8 year old boy in the Big Lots parking lot, on the heavily trafficked John Fitch Highway in Fitchburg.
- The man put a bag over the child’s head and twisted it closed around his neck.
- A woman was with him and allowed it all to happen.
- They drove away in a car that said, “keep the faith” on the driver’s side rear number (whatever that means).
- The car was either a beat up four door sedan. Like a Ford Explorer. Which is an SUV, not a sedan.
Oh yea, this story checks out.
The best part is that nowhere in the post does it mention calling the cops, which makes it even more believable. Because lots of people would see a 7 year old boy being kidnapped by some laardvark ISIS style on the John Fitch Highway, and their first instinct would be, “better post this on Facebook.”
Oh right, Kerrie wasn’t the one who witnessed it, it was her friend. So she’ll likely hide behind the “I’m not the liar” card. Her imaginary friend, who shall go unnamed, is the liar.
But if you hear a story like this, and it’s clearly made up, and you still post about it on a community Facebook page, then you’re no better than the person who first told the tall tale.
Nevertheless, many people actually wasted valuable time in their day debating what the witness should have done:
Other smarter people knew better:
Some actually called the police who confirmed to them that no one reported anything about this:
Although Kerrie herself insists that the cops are all over this one:
Meanwhile CSI Fitchburg vowed to use his skills of fixing ATM machines in order to solve the crime on his own:
Yea, I can’t believe people still fall for stuff like this. Kids don’t get kidnapped in Big Lots parking lots. Life is not a Lifetime movie. It’s real life. When you see a story like this on Facebook your initial reaction should always be, “that’s a lie.” If it’s true then they’ll prove it’s true. Like I said, I have no idea why people do stuff like this, but they do. Usually they just want attention and maybe a pat on the back for being a hero. But this woman didn’t even lie right, and she ended up looking like the lady who stood by and did nothing as a little boy got kidnapped.
Be a better liar next time Kerrie.