The Anti-Masturbation Cross is a satirical furniture product supposedly designed to restrain a child on a crucifix-shaped board to prevent masturbation. The hoax went viral in June after a photoshopped promotional image of the product began circulating on Facebook and Twitter under the hashtag StopSatan On June 26th, , the satirical Facebook  page Stop Masturbation Now posted a promotional image for a fictional product titled "The Anti-Masturbation Cross" shown below. In the first 19 hours, the post received more than 10, shares, 5, comments and 2, likes.
Weird News: “anti” masturbation dolphin arrested for public masturbation
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In an Internet experiment so complex that even Rube Goldberg would scratch his head, we recently met Fappy the Anti-Masturbation Dolphin. This self-pleasure-loving mascot has appeared in various fake news reports, and appears to be aimed at targeting two controversial subjects: the agriculture company Monsanto and the hate-spewing Westboro Baptist Church. Faux stories have claimed he's sponsored by Monsanto, while the number on a website for a fake movie about him is for the controversial church which has led some to speculate the church is actually involved in the hoax. Though it's all a rather bizarre and confusing ruse, some more-than-latent—and odd! The Facebook page yes, there is a Facebook page laments the scandal with woes and concern dripping in derision:. You folks are making some excellent points about Fappy's arrest yesterday.
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Twitter is nothing but the newest vehicle for this instinctual need to put one over on everybody else. Within hours of its genesis, the gruesome hashtag was the most popular on Twitter; thankfully, it was removed shortly thereafter. The problem? Einhorn never wrote it; Greenlightcap a reference to Greenlight Capital, the firm Einhorn founded was a fraud, and the account has since been suspended. Though the White House and AP quickly denied the report, the Dow Jones took a hit, plummeting one hundred points before recovering after assurances that the report was false.