Another example of media hype. Social media and internet continues to blur the line that distinguishes what is and isn't news. This story doesn't deserve headlines but it has hogged headlines simply because it went viral. There seems to be an absolute lack of maturity amongst news media when it comes to publishing.
Posted by Nidhi at 12:11 AM
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