Jeunes Mauriciennes en chaleur
No longer than a few days ago, the country escaped a racial conflict due to a Facebook comment. And today, I woke up with the sight of
unrated pictures of innoncent young girls on a public Facebook page. They sure had uploaded their personal pictures onto their respective profiles but someone had meticulously hand picked them before regrouping all of them under one page, which he named “Jeunes Mauricienne en chaleur”.
I don’t know how true it can be but someone posted the name of Bhavish R. as the one behind this immoral act. Unfortunately, he became famous overnight while angry Mauritians threatened to even kill him.
WTF? To all those 892 people who liked and commented on the pictures, get a life! I don’t think that you would have done the same if the boobs or ass of your sister or fiance were publicly displayed without their consent.
Thanks that the page was removed during the day. I simply can’t imagine the panic besides the story. First of all, those who found their bikini pictures publicly available on Facebook, and secondly, the guy who realised that the police will bring him down shortly.
There’s another thing which is troubling me right now : Earlier this morning, I shared links to the said group (above screenshot) and to the picture blaming the guy Bhavish R. However, none of these shared links are to be found at this moment. Facebook most probably removed all of them automatically upon deletion of that page. Strangely, defimedia also removed the screenshot of the page from their site. As far as I know, I am neither distributing nor publishing the pictures on my blog here.
A last thing : All those Facebook related stories are making elders go paranoia. They are constantly blaming Facebook and as well, we, the users. These days, their most common pharse are :
Mais ki zotte gagner met tout zistoire lo sa facebook?