Romance Scam: Florida Woman’s Luxury Lifestyle Exposed.

The say that “love don’t cost a thing, but scams sure do.” According to Fox News, Peaches Stergo managed to swindle $2.8 million from an 87-year-old Holocaust survivor in a romance scam. It’s safe to say that Stergo won’t be living the easy life in a gated community for much longer, as she recently pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud.

Now, I’m not one to condone scamming the elderly, but you have to admit that Stergo had some impressive taste. Louis Vuitton? Hermes? A Corvette? This woman had expensive taste, and she wasn’t afraid to show it. I mean, who needs a savings account when you can just buy designer clothes and go on lavish vacations?

But let’s not forget about the victim in all of this. While Stergo was living it up, he lost his life savings and his apartment. Talk about a double whammy. I can only imagine how devastated he must feel knowing that he fell for a scam that lasted for over four and a half years.

And let’s not forget about the fake invoices from TD Bank. That takes some serious dedication and creativity. I don’t condone scamming, but you have to admit that Stergo had some serious skills.

Now, I’m not saying that Stergo’s actions were justified in any way. But if she had put her energy and creativity towards something legal, who knows what she could have accomplished? Maybe she could have become a successful entrepreneur or a famous artist. Instead, she’s facing up to 20 years in prison.

In conclusion, let this be a lesson to all of us: if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. And if you’re going to scam someone, at least have the decency to not steal from an elderly Holocaust survivor. It’s just not cool, man.

Tallahassee Florida Inventor Creates "BugKiss" A Device To Kiss Bugs

What in the Florida is this? A man from Tallahassee Florida has developed a device that allows him to kiss bugs. The device known as “Bugkiss” is essentially lips cut from a baby doll attached by a spring onto a pacifier. It may sound stupid, but his Tok Tok account has racked up millions of views. Is it worth it? Reports state that Tik Tok pays it’s content creators between $20 – $40 per one million views. So when he makes a video of himself kissing a worm in Tallahassee that gets 15 million plays, he’s looking at $300-$600. I’ve done dumber things to make $300.

In his videos, he properly explains the correct way to kiss a bug. As reported by the New York Post, “move in slowly for a smooch, gently pressing the mini-lips against the bug. You should avoid eye contact, as this can be threatening to some insects.”

The BugKiss isn’t currently a product you can buy, but he explains how to make your own. In the comments he states “I’m open to making it real” so if there’s a demand for people to want to kiss bugs, the product could be made. Here’s some of his videos to show his invention in action.

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