Death news of Rowan Atkinson aka Mr Bean has been making round over the internet and now it is reported that the death news link of the actor is fake.
It is not only fake but the creator of this link has more sinister motive. The death news link of Rowan Atkinson after opening leads to an error page claiming the computer is in lockdown.
The link takes a Fox News templet complete with the RIP message and reads that the actor crashed his car while filming the stunt.
Once clicking the link, the user will then see a support number to unlock the system again. And, no point of guessing, the number is fake and will extract all your personal details such as credit card information, bank account details.
The hoax was planned to spread through social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and the fans began giving their condolences leading it to top trending topics over the internet.
However, the news is completely fake and some internet frauds takes advantage of the emotions of the fans to fulfil their sinister motive every year.
Meanwhile, Rowan Atkinson has recently wrapped up the shooting for his upcoming comedy thriller Johnny English 3 which is slated to release in October this year.
My favorites comedian or entertainer of all time I grow up watching her on TV this is the power of the man that he give smile on face of the world without saying a word #R.I.P #mrbean #rowanatkinson #rowansebastianatkinson #johnnyenglish @MrBean pic.twitter.com/eiVO85uOqa— Māyâñk Bhørïyā (@MayankBhoriya) July 19, 2018
Rowan Atkinson 1970s. pic.twitter.com/Os2Skubsjs— History Lovers Club (@historylvrsclub) June 14, 2018