Walmart customer charged $200 for ‘nothing’


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Hello fellow citizens of the internet! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr.

Our top stories Today it’s about: how a 6 year old cat meme blows up a body shop online, a Walmart customer says he was overcharged.for nothing,” A President Biden deepfake the declaration of World War III, which divides experts and interest groups are firmly against it on a bill that would allow the President to ban TikTok.

After that we have aProblematic on TikTok” column from our IRL Reporter tricia.

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⚑ Today’s top stories

A 6-year-old cat meme helped a Florida auto body shop go viral on TikTok

Clancy’s Auto Body Shop, a Fort Lauderdale business that has been around for almost two decades, currently exploding online-all Thanks to a cat meme.


‘Walmart is scamming people’: Customer says he was billed $200 ‘for nothing’

A man says his grandmother was overcharged at Walmart by hundreds of dollars, and the viewers were crawl to find out what happened.


🎭 Deepfakes
AI generated video of Biden explaining WW3 and bringing back experts on draft splits

Experts are divided if it was a dangerous misuse of technology or a specific example of responsible use of the medium.


The GOP’s new TikTok bill faces strong opposition from leading tech stakeholders

tech interest groups vehemently opposed a bill that went out of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives.


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😬 Problematic on TikTok

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πŸ›’ In a viral TikTok, a Walmart worker expressed her thoughts on it have to pick out an express grocery order with 72 items In under an hour.

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πŸ‘‹ Before you go

A video with one A fast food customer’s disturbing burger order went viral on TikTok.

The video in question was recorded by TikToker @prettyboymuova and shows an unpleasant sight: The styrofoam container keep their burgers, fries and gravy has completely meltedleave a gooey mess inside.

With his views count now over 973,400 viewshas the viral TikTok video sparked a lively discussion among viewersspeculating about what might have gone wrong.

Person trying to lift styrofoam lid off food (l) Styrofoam container finally opens fully to reveal food (c) Person trying to lift styrofoam lid off food (r)


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*Initial publication: March 7, 2023 at 10:30 am CST

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