What? This anti-vaxxer is selling a fake arm to avoid vaccination

What? This anti-vaxxer is selling a fake arm to avoid vaccination

This is such a scam! 

Fake arm vaccinated
Victoria - Sell Your Stuff

Whilst most people are being urged to get vaccinated in order to curb the COVID-19 disease. Some are on the other side of the camp and do not believe any of the vaccines will aid anything or anyone. 

A certain man on that other side of the camp that sees no point in getting vaccinated, was caught doing dodgy business. 

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This man from Melbourne, Australia who happens to be an anti-vaxxer was caught trying to sell a prosthetic arm online for people who want to scam the system. 

This follows after Australia put up laws that required employees to have at least received a dose of one of the COVID-19 vaccines according to the 'Authorised Workers List'. If one does not abide to these, they unfortunately have to be let go. 

Fortunately, we have not reached that level yet! 

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So, how would the fake arm thing work? 

You attach the arm onto your body and hide your real arm inside your clothing. When it comes time for your vaccination appointment, you present the fake arm side, pretend there's some pain when the needle goes in and then hopefully you would be all set to leave.

This then means you have proof of vaccination which is required in most employment facilities and sometimes even companies. 

However, one individual believes their fake arm side hustle will ensure people who are unvaccinated can get proof of having a vaccine without actually the jab.

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Essentially, you attach the arm onto your body and hide your real arm inside your clothing. When it comes time for your vaccination appointment, you request the fake arm side, maybe wince and pretend there's some pain when the needle goes in and then hopefully you would be all set to leave.

A short time later, you'd have proof of one or two doses on your vaccine passport and Bob's your uncle.

An ad for the prosthetic arm was first spotted on the Victoria - Sell You Stuff Facebook page.

Have a look here: 

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How wild? 

We definitely have to give him props for the creativity...

But a zero and thumbs down for his practice. 

What do you think? 

dkspod

Main Image Courtesy: Victoria - Sell Your Stuff

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