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The Bizarre Reported Post of William Shatner

I guess the person who reported the post wasn't feeling very well that day.

By Three of Seven Sun 09 Jul, 2017 2:57 PM
William Shatner posted a very simple message to his Facebook group, asking them how they were, it's a question many people ask, even on our TeamSpeak server! But it seems one person wasn't happy with this question and proceeded to report the message, maybe they were a little under the weather that day.

There are probably some innocent explanations for such a report, such as the person felt like having a bit of a laugh and seeing what would happen if they reported the post, nothing more that a Tweet from Shatner from the looks of it. Nothing major came out of such a strange act.

Alternatively, it could have been a harmless accident, I've never attempted to report a post on Facebook, so I have no idea if you can even do such a thing by accident, throw it out there as a viable possibility. Or maybe the person just really hated Shatner, we may never know! Unless they have sent a Tweet to explain why, of course.

Have you had any experience with reporting posts or having someone report a post of yours for reasons unknown?

WRITTEN & EDITED BY Three of Seven - rena.hobden@ufplanets.com
3 Comments
JCarrill0
Sun 09 Jul, 2017 5:53 PM
SHAME ON YOU BILL, SHAME!
asking people how they are, assuming they have feelings!
SHAME I TELL YOU, SHAME!

*waves hi to Bill from JC*
(Member of his Facebook Group)
Joshua A. Broughm
Sun 09 Jul, 2017 4:08 PM
You can't report a comment by accident on FB. If you click on 'Report' on the comment, it'll ask you how it bothered you. Betcha this is just a troll.
deuZige
Tue 22 Aug, 2017 9:56 AM
i have reported a post on fb once, and it's not something you do by accident. It's actually quite an involved process. Or at least it was 4 years ago.