It’s a good idea to check what you share on social media before you post it.
Two days before Christmas Stephen Roseman posted a picture of a dog who seemingly had no eyes and said the pooch was badly disfigured rescuing his family from a house fire.
The photo, which asks for prayers for the canine, was shared more than 126,000 with most of those sharing not knowing that the dog was just fine and simply had a piece of ham over its face.
When people realized the “disfiguration” was actual luncheon meat the once love and prayers changed to anger and contempt.
On Sunday Roseman rubbed salt in the wound of those angry at him with a new post.
“Ham Dog blessed me with a few thousand friend request, hopefully most of them are sheeple that way I can metaphorically slap them in the face with some truth,” he wrote. “Accepting them now lmfao. Blessed be.”
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