Stalker Central: 10 Folks Who Don't Know The Meaning of Boundaries
You can google pretty much anyone and get accurate results these days. With social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, it's easy to lose sight of the concept of boundaries and enter stalker territory. We even normalized the words "creep" and "stalk" because we use them so often to decribe our internet browsing activity.
We're all guilty of it. Don't lie. I, for one, recently google-stalked a girl I sat next to on a plane after noticing that she was memorizing lines for a popular tv series. Turns out she's a super cool actress: information I really have no right to. I had an equally as creepy experience on that flight with two guys waiting in line behind me at the check-in counter who friend-requested me on Facebook after the plane had landed. I can only assume they saw my name on my luggage tag and searched me online. Creepy, right?! Well, it was karma too, I guess.
Know your limits, guys! We've all got them, even with internet.
Here are some people who took their stalking a little too far.
Creepy, isn't it?
Now tell me, who was the last person who social media stalked?