Juan Diaz Romero

A man duped a Brooklyn high school into going on a spending spree after he donated a $1.5 million check that turned out to be fake.

Teachers and staffers at Brooklyn's High School for Enterprise, Business and Technology in East Williamsburg thought they hit the Lottery when Juan Diaz Romero came calling with a $1.5 million check in November.

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Victoria Wilcher

The story of a 3-year-old dog bite victim getting kicked out of a Jackson, MS KFC was a hoax, according to published reports.

The story went viral on Facebook last week after the girl's aunt wrote a post claiming the child and her grandmother were asked to leave a Kentucky Fried Chicken location because her facial scars scared the customers.

The scam resulted in "the family bilking the public and professionals for more than $135,000 in cash, as well as gifts and free surgeries," writes the Laurel Leader-Call.

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Obama Sign Language Interpreter

Deaf South Africans are outraged that the man chosen to interpret President Obama's speech at Mandela's Memorial Service Tuesday was a fraud.

Three sign language interpreters say the man was not signing in any known language. They accused the man of "making up his own signs".

What was supposed to be a dignified, solemn ceremony for a beloved world leader turned into a comedy of errors. From Obama taking selfies and flirting with the Danish PM to a fake sign language interpreter. Mr. Mandela deserved more respect than this.

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Home Depot

A Georgia woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries after she sat in glue on a toilet seat at a Home Depot. Emergency technicians were called in to remove the woman from the toilet seat. Afterwards, a store manager found a brown paper bag with a bottle of Loctite GO2 glue inside the bathroom. Almost immediately, skeptics accused the woman of glueing herself to the toilet seat in hopes of a big payday. Loctite GO2 glue is described as "construction grade super glue, usually only available online."

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Manti Teo Ronaiah Tuiasosopo Katie Couric

Deadspin.com just posted audio of voice mails left by alleged hoaxer Ronaiah Tuiasosopo on the cell phone of Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o.

In the audio, Tuiasosopo (picture inset) is pretending to be Manti Te'o's girlfriend, Lennay Kekua -- 2 days before she supposedly "died" of leukemia.

If you haven't been following this bizarre story, click here.

The NY Daily News reported this morning that Tuiasosopo's attorney admitted his client "disguised his voice" as a woman in order to fool Te'o for 3 years.

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