OMG! How embarrassing!
Upset after a breakup, a girl spammed Google images with a photo of her ex-boyfriend captioned with hilarious (and not-so-hilarious) captions.
When "Jack Weppler" is entered into Google search, several images with the girl's Internet meme with phrases like, "To be or not to be? LOLJK I can't read" and "Bitches love my mom jeans" pop up in the search.
Jack's mom was so upset about the images, she contacted Google help and wrote:
"My minor son's ex-girlfriend took a copyrighted picture of him (we own copyright) and uploaded it more than 60 times to a website. On each image she wrote slanderous, defamatory and pornographic captions. The webmaster of the site states he removed the images 6 weeks ago, but Google Search still shows all the images. My son is so stressed out and embarrassed and we've done everything we can to get images off of Google including URL removal tool, a letter to Google Legal with all the URLs because of copyright infringement, and nothing has worked!"
The source site removed the images, however Google still has the images in their index, which allows the images to still be searchable.
Yikes! Once it's on the internet, it'll be out there FOREVER!!
LOLs, sorry guy, but it's kind of funny, right??