Man Pretends to Be Moroccan Prince On Facebook, Gets Arrested
The Moroccan government, though, apparently isn't quite hip with this trend, and has arrested a man for creating a Facebook profile under the guise of the brother of King Mohammed VI.
The man, 26-year-old Fouad Mourtada, was arrested and charged with "villainous practices," a very dire and vague sounding offense. At this point, it's unknown just what he said on the fake profile and whether his intents were malicious or satirical, but it's safe to say that whatever he was doing with the fake Facebook identity wasn't terribly amusing to the Moroccan government.
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