Some things are simply too bizarre to believe, as Facebook user James Eubanks discovered recently. Eubanks thought perhaps he had some hooligans in his neighborhood who were stealing newspapers from around the block and dumping them on his lawn.
To catch the delinquents and put and end to the paper shenanigans, Eubanks set up a video camera. He was not prepared to see what these foxy criminals had been up to.
Even though the foxes have been busted, it hasn’t slowed them down.
Eubanks seems to be taking his newfound fame in stride.
Foxes are stealing newspapers and leaving them all over one man's backyard https://t.co/T3mN3Yq7AA
— WGN TV News (@WGNNews) July 25, 2018
There were plenty of Fox News jokes to go around.
Foxes were trying to educate him with real news. Even foxes know Fox News is fake.
— JT (@tabora_X) July 25, 2018
The Man Said Since It Is News These Must Be With Fox News ✅
— Anne (@WindyCityFunk) July 25, 2018
It’s almost as if there’s news that @FoxNews doesn’t want people to see…
— Keller Glass (@keller_glass) July 26, 2018
This fox! “They steal them and play with them,” said a Winston-Salem man who caught a litter of foxes stealing his newspaper. “They drag the papers around and throw them up in the air.” https://t.co/DEa56arP6A pic.twitter.com/P5ur5QEjWT
— Sara Gregory (@saragregory) July 25, 2018
Maybe they’re just trying to read and turn the pages 🙂
— Blaine Gregory (@cblainegregory) July 25, 2018
TRUMPS agent engaged in censorship. Hiding newspapers .
— Madison Law Review (@MadLawReview) July 26, 2018
When they start taking televisions, then we’ll worry.