Though the caption attached to this viral photo claims it documents the "crash" of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which at last report was missing with 227 passengers and 12 crew members aboard over the South China Sea, in actual fact it's a New York Times reader-submitted photo from January 15, 2009 showing the aftermath of the U.S. Airways Flight 1549 emergency landing in the Hudson River.
Once the scourge of Paul Bunyan's lumberjacks, the deadly snow snake has returned!
This viral ad promising "100% free food" at Chipotle restaurants through March 20 was not issued by Chipotle Mexican Grill, is not valid, and won't be honored at any Chipotle locations. A notice on the company's official Facebook page reads as follows:
There's no such thing as a free lunch - or burrito for that matter. The "repost, tag, and follow for FREE" offer that is floating around the interwebs is A HOAX. Not real. Not from Chipotle.
A March 4 company tweet said the ad is "100% fake. It's a fake offer from a scam account."
All signs indicate that the ad did, in fact, originate as a like-farming scam, of which there are myriad examples circulating every day via every social media platform.
Needless to say, it should not be reposted, shared, or liked.