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· Microsoft MVP, Microsoft Support Visiting Expert,
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An interested “buyer” said he wanted to test somebody’s £150 washer/dryer, but he wound up driving away in clean clothes!

… or not!

Yup, it’s a Facebook scam, and scads of people are flexing their “wouldja lookit this idjit” muscles by sharing it far and wide. Here’s the post, accompanied by the photo of the purported laundering thief:

WARNING: This guy was supposed to buy our washer dryer machine for £150. He wanted to see it working first, and asked if he could do a load of laundry.
After he finished, he said ‘let me go get the money’, got in his car and then drove away in clean clothes.
Truly an evil mastermind, indeed.

He’s so bad, he probably puts ham on his dog’s face so he can snap photos of his “ohmigod his face is burned off” pup and thereby goad people into entering the illicit “prayers for clicks” currency.

…Or he’s just a random guy in a random photo snatched from someplace online.
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