The thing about internet is that it is a blazing fast source of information and it is upto people to use it for spreading good legit information or some humorous fake information just for the sake of LOLs. This is that kind of story.
A Tennessee man being arrested for selling farts in jars without a vending license is fake news. There is no truth to a report that the man was arrested for having sold without a license farts in jars. If the story sounds wild and crazy that is because it is just that as it is false.
“He was offering flatulates from various nourishments and with various ages. With around 150 containers, he was offering flatulates as old as one week”, said the policeman Gary Cockburn.
Each jug had around 30% fart and 70% air, in spite of the fact that he didn’t clear up that to his purchasers.
“The man didn’t have the authorization to offer those farts, so we seized them”, Cockburn expressed.
He used to offer around 90 jugs for each day, and many individuals are frantic in light of the fact that now they can’t have their sweet, delightful farts.
This story is in existence because when 8shit.net published the fake news article reporting that the Tennessee man had been arrested for selling farts in jars without a vending license, it caught fire. See what I did there.
However, there is no truth to the above story, according to Maarten Schenk of Lead Stories. What was the problem with the above story to make it false? Lead Stories noted that the image “is actually Paul Pixley, a school bus driver who allegedly fell asleep at the wheel in 2016.”
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