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Bigfoot attacks person taking selfie?

"Bigfoot Mauls Wyoming Tourist Who Wanted Selfie" is the headline of an article on KGAB AM 650 from July 13th.

It reads:

It was bound to happen sooner or later. These tourist in Wyoming just can't seem to get it through their heads that these wild animals don't want to take selfies with them.
This case makes it even worse. Folks have been trying to get a decent photo of Bigfoot for decades. Finally someone gets close enough to get a good photo. What do they do? Blow it by trying to get a selfie with Mr. Big and hairy. Maybe it was Mrs. Big and Hairy. It's hard to tell.
Why this woman thought turning her back to the beast and making a fish face into her cell phone was a good idea is another mystery. Clearly this irritated the monster.
Anyway, she's in the hospital, recovering. She is awake and will make a full recover. She does not seemed to be too worried about her bashed skull or broken ribs. All she talks about is what a big Sasquatch jerk is for breaking her phone.

From the tongue-in-cheek attitude and the fact that there's been nothing about this anywhere else I'd say this was just a completely made-up story, not to mention the spelling and grammatical errors in each paragraph. I guess this is just a case of "cryptid fake news."

SORUCE: KGAB AM 650 
 

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