A CHEEKY TikTok star has uncovered some of the craziest things ever posted on Facebook – and some of them will get you stitches.
Brit funnyman Luc Le Prevost shared a series of photos and comments from users who probably should have thought before posting.
Luke, who is based in Guernsey, reacted to the silly post in a series of videos posted to his 2.3 million followers last year.
In a ball-up, a Facebook user posted a picture of a bank and accompanied it in a comment asking “why was there a car inside it”.
In fact, he had accidentally photographed the reflection of his own vehicle in the building’s windows.
“It’s a reflection of your car,” says Luke in the video. “that’s enough for today.”
In another face-to-face moment, a Facebooker asked if an event could be moved to a different day for the upcoming solar eclipse.
In response someone wrote: “Did this lady just ask to reschedule?”
Other silly moments laughed at by the comedian included a photo of someone filling one’s car with cooking oil, and a dole confidently saying “Happiness has no one” (its spelling is “happiness”).
In the comments section below the video, users happily reacted to Luke’s discoveries.
One TikToker joked: “How do some people move on in life?”
Another wrote: “I love how you explain this to people who don’t know stupidity.”
TikTok may be a great place to find fun content, but it’s also home to some massive Facebook conspiracy theories.
Earlier this month, Facebook debunked a claim made by a user who said they had discovered an easy way to see who was following you on the app.
In one video, user @annielydia falsely claimed that the profiles that spy on you the most are those that appear in Facebook’s “Suggested Friends” section.
Facebook’s Suggested Friends tool flags the profiles of people you might know. It uses several factors to determine potential contacts.
According to Facebook’s parent company Meta, the claim that people who have viewed your profile appear in the section are false.
In other news, scammers are tricking victims into handing over thousands of pounds to victims by posing as their close family members on WhatsApp.
Samsung is reportedly discontinuing its beloved Note smartphone after more than a decade.
Apple has announced that it will let customers fix their iPhones for the first time starting next year.
And, according to officials, the UK is fighting an epidemic of hack attacks targeting consumers and businesses.
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