It came as a shock and surprise to everyone who saw the Facebook page of Dylan Cecil, the four-year-old boy who got lost in sea. How could that be possible? Well some lowlifes set up a Facebook page with a message they claimed was coming directly from the missing four-year-old boy from heaven. The mother of the missing boy, Rachel McCollum said that she felt totally destroyed when she saw what they had done. She said she was extremely hurt by what the perpetrator(s) had done – setting up a Facebook page pretending to be from her son who is now in heaven.
Dylan Cecil went missing after falling from a jetty at Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset at the weekend. It was a really difficult thing for his parents who saw him fall into the sea from the jetty. They jumped into the water after their son in a frantic attempt to save him, but to no avail. They searched and searched in the water until there was nothing more to be done. Till today, Dylan Cecil’s body has not been found. While the whole world shared the pain and grieve of Dylan Cecil’s family, some miscreants decided to take it upon themselves to set up a Facebook page using Dylan’s name.
The lowlifes, having set up the fake Facebook page proceeded to make posts that sought to deceive the public were coming from Dylan Cecil from heaven. In the first post that they made, they dedicated the Facebook page to the deceased little boy. The second post was what broke the heart of Dylan’s mother as it was a post that pretended to be coming from Dylan himself, saying that he loved his mum, his daddy, sisters and grandparents. ‘Dylan’ also said that he was in heaven waiting for them all. Dylan’s mother was so distraught by this that she could not help herself from expressing how sad she felt over the fake Facebook page set up and pretending to be Dylan.
Facebook administrators instantly stepped in to remove the offending Facebook page because it strongly violated their terms and conditions. A spokesperson of the popular Social networking site encouraged people to report such issues to them and they would in turn take drastic actions.
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