Facebook is a wonderful and dangerous thing. See, some people forget that it can be super public and leave their Facebook pages open or, at least, post things that they know other people can see in an attempt to either openly or passive aggressively bash them.
Honestly, if there was an Olympic medal for passive aggressive Facebook posts, I know a few people that would have a spot on the podium before the competition even began.
I enjoy all your kitty cat posts and posts about your babies bowel movements as much as the next guy and even though I won’t participate in your passive aggressive posts at people, I’m going to read the hell out of them while I sip on my coffee.
A Lower Milford man is charged with threatening to kill a woman in front of her 5-year-old son over comments on the woman’s Facebook page.
Andrew Tyler Schantz, 23, (LIMITED FACEBOOK PROFILE, BOO) is charged with terroristic threats, simple asault, recklessly endangering another person and harassment with physical contact after police say he attacked a woman living in his mother’s home.
Police say the incident stems from comments about Schantz the woman posted on her Facebook profile.
The woman, not romantically linked to Schantz, was staying in the home of Schantz’s mother temporarily. According to the criminal complaint, Schantz approached the victim in the home around 11pm July 10 brandishing a rifle. Schantz told the woman, “You are lucky I didn’t kill you yet. You better not sleep here tonight before something bad happens,” the complaint says.
This is when I would have checked into “Anywhere Else” on Foursquare.
The complaint goes on to say that the woman ran from Schantz, trying to protect herself and her 5-year-old son in her bedroom. The victim told police Schantz started banging on the door, telling her that he “was going to get in anyway.”
Police say Schantz was able to kick the door open, then grabbed the victim by the arm, forcing her to fall. The commotion caused Schantz’s mother to wake up, come out of her bedroom and demand to know what was going on. Schantz allegedly fled the scene.
“Mom, mom. It’s nothing. Me and Lilly here were just having a conversation about the Interwebs and how great it is in simplifying our lives while also allowing us to communicate in a more meaningful manner. What? This rifle? I’m taking Instagram photos! I wanted to look cool!”
Schantz was released on $25,000 bail, and a no-contact order is in place between the victim and Schantz. SOURCE: Upper Saucon Patch
If anyone has any info on what was posted that would get this guy to freak out to this magnitude, please let me know so I can make fun of him even more.
Seriously, people, stick to the kitty cat photos. Everyone loves kitty cat photos.