A satire article titled “Caitlyn Jenner Regrets Transformation – A Man Who Became A Woman” claims that Caitlyn Jenner regrets her famous transformation into a woman. The fake news article further states that “Caitlyn regrets the gender change and grow to hate the narcissistic nature of a culture.”
An internet hoax created by satire website NotAllowedTo.com claims that a woman in Texas says that she was impregnated by a highway patrol officer during a cavity search. The satire article titled “Woman Claims “Dirty Gloves” Made Her Pregnant After Cavity Search” claims that “Jessica smith, 33, a single mother of two is suing the local police department for $250,000 as she claims the officer performed a cavity search which got her pregnant.”
An internet hoax created by satirical website notallowedto.com claims that Astrophysicists from the University of Hawaii have discovered Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on a meteorite found in the Nevada desert in 2010. The satire article titled “Marijuana in Space – NASA Discovers THC on Meteorite Fragment” claims that “researchers who analyzed meteorite fragments in search of micro-bacterial data found the presence of Tetrahydrocannabinol.”
An internet hoax created by a satire news publication titled “McDonald’s Employee Quits, Tells Boss to “P*ss Off” After Winning $362,259 On Lunch Break” claims that Martin Reiter who works at McDonalds in Nevada won a jackpot worth $362,259 in the matter of 5 seconds playing Bingo Liner’s “Treasures of the Pharaoh” game.
A Facebook hoax claims that an alligator or crocodile was spotted swimming through Channel Island Harbor Oxnard, California with a dog in its mouth. The actual video shows a crocodile with a dog in its mouth, but the voice was edited in to make the incident seem like it happened in Oxnard, California.
The Gwen Stefani fired from The Voice hoax was first published by satire web publications and made it’s way into malicious email spam. There are several Gwen Stefani fired hoaxes. The first Gwen Stefani fired hoax published by satire websites claims that Gwen Stefani was fired from The Voice for complaining about getting hit on by Blake Shelton. The hoax claims that she was offended by his “flirty” comments. The second Gwen Stefani fired hoax is usually spread through email spam and it claims that Gwen Stefani dropped 40 pounds and never ate healthy.
New hoaxes and scams claim that WhatsApp has the option of free calls. They say you can invite friends, send messages to friends, or perform another instruction to activate it. This is not true. It is just an example of a spam like hoax that circulates around the web and the messenger app.
A hoax circulating around the web claims that KFC serves worms with fried chicken. The KFC worm hoax is spread by satire publications and groups who wish to gain attention by causing anxiety, shock, or fear.
A hoax spread by satire publications claims that ebola is being smuggling in Capri Sun. The report features a picture of Capri Sun and text that says “Ebola seems to be smuggling itself in Capri Sun.”
A hoax spread by satire news publications claims that a team of archaeologists have uncovered the skeletal remains of a giant in the Bulgarian city of Varna. The report features a picture depicting a giant skeleton with a group of archaeologists crouch around the bones.
The “Man Jumps Out Of Airplane With No Parachute Onto Trampoline” hoax has been around for quite some time. The hoax falsely claims that a man somehow landed feet first onto a trampoline while jumping out of an airplane with no parachute.
The “[VIDEO] UFO Buried In Ice – Spotted On Google Earth” hoax has been around for quite some years. It has now been republished by satirical web publication DailyBuzzLive who makes a living by spewing off false information.