However, it seems like Laura forgot to wear a shirt! It's okay, girl. Happens to the best of us!
Overall, we're more surprised by an episode of Catfish than this outfit!
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This is the worst Twitter trend we’ve ever seen!
After a Dutch teenager was arrested this week for sending a phony bomb threat to American Airlines, several other young tweeters are now doing the exact same thing!
"hello my name’s Ibrahim and I’m from Afghanistan. I’m part of Al Qaida and on June 1st I’m gonna do something really big bye.”
Her prank landed her in jail! We would think that would deter others from trying to pull the same stupid trick but quite the opposite is true!
Now there are DOZENS of people sending threatening messages to American Airlines, as well as other company Twitter accounts!
Ch-ch-check out some of these disturbing tweets:
@AmericanAir the bomb goes of in 3 hours
— Alden Fernandez ♥ (@AldoFernz) April 14, 2014
@AmericanAir I have a bomb under the next plane to take off
— Army Jacket . (@ShyyLicious) April 14, 2014
@AmericanAir You really seem to not care that i’m about to bomb your plane that’s headed to Paris. Btw, my name is Ahmed.
— Allie (@ComedyBatman) April 14, 2014
@SouthwestAir @WesleyWalrus is gonna bomb your next few flights
— donnie cyrus. (@MileyFawLife) April 14, 2014
@Politie_Rdam @YourAnonCentral @AmericanAir release her or I’ll bomb your HQ. you gonna arrest me now?
— admrl. anonymous (@nonfreak) April 14, 2014
@AmericanAir Hello Am From Iraq i Want 1Million Or I Will Plan A Bomb To Your Next Flight To Paris !! Bye Bye America ”
— The Real Slim Shady (@WaleedMeshari) April 14, 2014
@AmericanAir Hello, I’m eduardo. ago a couple of weeks were warned, i´m ignored. you will pay the consequences. Bomb! HAHAHAHA
— eduardo (@eduardo37276391) April 14, 2014
@AmericanAir hello my name is Ibrahim I think you guys are the BOMB!!!!!!
— zahra (@versaceftziam) April 14, 2014
@SouthwestAir I bake really good pies and my friends call me ″the bomb” am I still allowed to fly?
— Kale (@KalenRiley10) April 14, 2014
This needs to stop!!!
Not only is this not funny, it’s dangerous!
Company and law enforcement officials take threats like these very seriously and investigate all of them! But with so many bogus messages being sent, it makes it that much harder for them to spot a serious threat!
We can only hope that same punishment that the original prankster received gets handed out to ALL of these unfunny tweeters.
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