World’s Most Gullible Woman Jailed After Falling for Police’s Ebola-Tainted Meth Hoax
Chances are this woman doesn't know the difference between The Onion and The New York Times.
A woman from Granite Shoals, Texas has been arrested after she turned in her stash of meth after police posted a message on Facebook (since removed) telling people they should get their meth or heroin tested, since it may be contaminated with Ebola.
Well, Chastity Hopson, 29, fell for the fake story hook, line and sinker. She responded to the story and would up arrested, vastly increasing her chances for first-ballot induction into the Dumb Criminal Hall of Fame.
"If you have recently purchased meth or heroin in Central Texas, please take it to the local police or sheriff department so it can be screened with a special device. DO NOT use it until it has been properly checked for possible Ebola contamination!," the Facebook post said.
The post was shared nearly 1,300 times, but to date Hopson is the only one who didn't seem to realize it was, well, to use some meth vernacular, cooked up.