That Mega-Viral Tweet About a Teacher Spying on Students From the Ceiling Turned Out to Be Fake
Twitter went nuts over the story a student named Joseph Morales shared in which he claimed his teacher left the room during a test, which the students naturally took advantage of, and then spied on them from the ceiling.
My teacher left the room during a test so we all started sharing answers. Then I look up and she was staring right at me 😳👩🏽🏫😩 pic.twitter.com/yPMpgazbMv
— Me (@josephxmorales) September 26, 2017
The reactions were of awe, wonderment, fear, and a random Monkey Haircut Meme:
SHE LOOKS SO DISAPPOINTED
— ･:*:･ﾟken!,｡･:*: (@angeIicghost) September 27, 2017
Me at my desk like pic.twitter.com/ZvS78atOn5
— ♕ Johnny Bravo ♕ (@__JohnnyBravo__) September 27, 2017
The real question still remains.
How did she get up there?
— Queen 💋 (@BarbBad) September 27, 2017
— dom (@_domtom) September 27, 2017
You never watch Zack and Cody?
— LeShaun🏳️🌈 (@imlejanea) September 27, 2017
She looks like ceiling cat pic.twitter.com/ES9AGzLsnv
— Lindsay💖 (@TheFIavorBlue) September 27, 2017
— johnNougat (@NeyugnNhojOtaku) September 27, 2017
— ELLISA (@ellisuhhh) September 27, 2017
If this story sounds unbelievable, unfortunately, it's because IT IS! A few meme-savvy users debunked Joseph's story and exposed him for the internet conman he is.
You sit on a throne of lies! https://t.co/1i8qNKpxWB
— Star Bear (@StarBear82) September 27, 2017
Then do you mind telling me why this meme was already used four months ago? pic.twitter.com/ksrcQaAII6
— *sadboy emoji* (@CalVeatch) September 27, 2017
Here's the meme in question, from May:
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