Thursday, October 23, 2008

You can't make this stuff up!

...you just can't!

This just in from the "Seriously, get a life" news dept...

Online divorcee kills virtual husband in cyber revenge.

11 comments:

Maria said...

Some people just have wayyyyyyy toooooooo much time on their hands!

Cheryl (a.k.a Sherri, and vice-versa) said...

My question is, what exactly was she charged with? I'm pretty sure digital murder isn't a crime, even in Japan, which is a pretty wacky place.

Misster Kitty said...

Seriously!

I'm still stunned! What the hell!?!?

Newsguy Bob said...

Read more closely, Cheryl: she's been charged with stealing someone's online ID -- identity theft, essentially.

Things like this are becoming less and less funny, when you hear more stories about online addictions, such as the 15-year-old boy missing in Barrie, after his parents took away his XBox because he had become addicted to an online game.

But for the grace of God go I, or anyone else online.

Misster Kitty said...

Still, this is HILARIOUS!

Plotting an online death because of your online marriage and online divorce...

Mitzi said...

Japan! Remind me never to go there on holiday.

Misster Kitty said...

Hey Mitz... never go to Japan on Holiday.
;-)

John said...

I'm more curious about the method of death? 'Cause obviously she could've used her own Avatar to cut his cyber brake lines or whatever, but to log in as him... did she take his character on a lingerie spree and arrange a spectacle suicide involving a bustier and a market-fresh zucchini? It's not enough to speak of cyber-homicide without revealing the cyber-weapon, y'know what I'm sayin'! Otherwise it's just 45 seconds of our lives we'll never get back wondering who the f**k gets so wound-up over a cyber-divorce. Hello??? How do you cope with REAL problems???

Misster Kitty said...

"a spectacle suicide involving a bustier and a market-fresh zucchini"

I'm sorry. That's just far too specific to be a random thought.

John...

Put. The. Zucchini. Down.

John said...

Call it what you please. I'm a Creative Director. Words are my game... mmmkay? ;)

Misster Kitty said...

Yes Mr Mackey