Was that fake? - stolen ostrich

Was that fake?

Did a business savvy Girl Scout make bank by setting up outside a weed shop? Yes, she did. Sold more than 300 boxes in just a few hours as customers getting ready for the munchies snagged box after box. The dispensary posted a picture of her on Instagram. But now the Girl Scouts are looking into whether or not this little entrepreneur broke the rules. Apparently scouts can only set up outside businesses if they get a permit and it has to be a Girl Scout-approved site.

Was that fake?

Did Eagles fans go so crazy after winning the Super Bowl that they stole wild animals? This one's not true. A post going around claims an ostrich was stolen from the Philadelphia Zoo. Again, not true. The zoo tweeted to clarify and said they don't even have ostriches.

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Is Budweiser offering free beer to Eagles fans? This is not fake news. They say they'll make good on their promise to Philly lineman Lane Johnson who asked them to give free Bud Light if the team won. Twenty-five bars along the parade route will be passing out complimentary suds on parade day.      

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Are tigers scaring people on a farm in Scotland? The town's folks were just as confused by this headline, but it's true! It gets even weirder. Cops say a farmer called in a panic after finding a tiger about to eat his cattle. Turns out the tiger was stuffed. Cops and animal handlers spent nearly an hour trying to lure the stuffed animal out of the barn before realizing it was not real.

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