Thursday, September 30, 2010

Smith Cautioned Against Trolling Facebook - Action Taken to Ban Him From Facebook

Notorious Troll A. Smith
Internet fiend and self confessed trolling addict A. Smith has been cautioned by Australian Federal Police today after allegedly continually trolling his Facebook 'friends'. Police Sergeant Fred Callous released a statement today concerning the matter. 'We have received multiple complaints about Smith and his actions on Facebook, while what he is doing isn't exactly a crime, there will be an investigation and he may be charged as a public nuisance.'

His main targets of 'Trolling', or purposely annoying, have started a petition to get Smith banned from Facebook. Victim of the malicious bullying Bree Ashton stated 'I can't believe he does it. It really hurts my feelings and other peoples too. You can only wonder what caused it; like he got molested as a child or something.'

A police statement released today specified that investigations are being made into the possibility of sexual abuse of Smith, and the possibility of him sexually abusing minors as a consequence.

Teacher at Smith's school and leading anti-Facebook activist, Mr. S. Geoghegan made an address to the students warning against the use of Facebook. While long winded, the speech emphasized that Facebook seemed to bring out the worst in people. Throughout the address a simile was used likening Facebook to the sewers underneath Paris. 'It's a whole new world in which you can dwell, but if you wish to traverse this world you need to be prepared to have to wade through filth.'

Student counselor Ann Keilson says 'This is really just an example of how social networking sites such as Facebook can be used to target and bully individuals.With campaigns such as Fear Stops Here beginning here and overseas, we really hope to see a reduction in the amount of bullying cases online. We hope to give people the skills to deal with internet Bullies.'

When questioned by reporter Liam Breen about the reasons for his constant trolling, Smith stated that 'It's like an addiction for me, I do it for the lolz, and it's like a rush; sometimes I do it twice on Sundays.'

19 comments:

  1. great blog bro interesting stuff

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  2. lol Facebook is like the sewers under Paris. that cracked me up

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  3. I liked the part when he got molested.

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  4. hey, I skimmed over your blog and I got the jist of what it said. I'm glad you like my blog. I'll be postimg more up later today.

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  5. 'sometimes I do it twice on Sundays'

    XD

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  6. Why did i just laugh madly at the line "notorious troll" combined with this guy's face?

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  7. they see him trolling they hatin' :))

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  8. "Maybe he was molested as a child or something" LOLOLOL

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  9. I like the way you designed your blog :)

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  10. LOL, my favorite part was "maybe he was molested as a child or something." Thanks for the post, following for more.

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  11. awesome haha, so much for rules.

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  12. freedom of speech at its finest

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  13. Successful troll is unsuccesful

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