Wednesday, 8 February 2017

So People Now 'Steal Bodies' On Social Media? Woman Finds Photo That Shows Someone Else's Face On Her Body

Real Jessica Hunt
Anyone who spends enough time on the Internet knows that not everyone you meet on social media is exactly who they say they are. But what if you come across someone who is actually stealing a part of you? Allow this Instagram star to tell you exactly how that feels.

Jessica Hunt, a resident of Plymouth, England, was in for a rude surprise when she stumbled upon a picture of herself, clicked in her kitchen, but showing a different person's face morphed on her body. Ms Hunt shared a post about the incident in a tweet that's now gone viral. Since being posted on February 5, the tweet has collected over 85,000 'likes' and more than 32,000 retweets.

"OH MY GOD. That is my body and my house but who's face is that!? Catfish game is getting silly," she wrote on Twitter. For those who don't know, 'catfishing' is when someone uses a fictional avatar online. This could involve using a different name, creating a false character or even stealing someone else's identity. Like this person did by stealing and altering Ms Hunt's picture.


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