When users click on the link it directs them to what looks like an embedded video but it is immediately shared on their profile to trick others. A spam link to a supposed video of a woman dressed in a pink bikini has gone viral on Facebook as more and more users fall for the trick. The video, which is titled: A woman is pictured in a bright pink bikini and the description says: I bet no one can do the same. But when users click on it, they are directed to a new window where a video appears to be embedded on the page, and the fake link is then shared on their own profile for others to fall for. Another popular link which does exactly the same shows a man apparently being eaten whole by a snake.
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