Pretty good, actually, because the glitch in question was called "being an asshole." The man was caught intentionally overdrawing money from a faulty "cash advance" feature on the machine, not once or twice, but 53 times in a row, so it's not like his finger slipped and he pressed the wrong button. We guess you could still call that a "lucky glitch" in a "potato, po-tah-to" sense ... with "po-tah-to" being an intentional act of fraud.
The White House Isn't Considering Banning Selfies (Unfortunately)
After a "candid" selfie of the most powerful man in America and Barack Obama turned out to be yet another Samsung publicity stunt, the news was seemingly stunned by the headline they were forced to report:
"Tasteful dick pics still allowed."
The Daily Mail, Fox News, Huff Post, and Daily News all covered the impending Oval Office crackdown on selfie-taking. So when will Comrade Obama come to take away our God-given Instagram filters and duckfaces? Never, because the entire story came from Senior Advisor Dan Pfeiffer making an off-the-cuff comment, saying "Maybe this will be the end of all selfies" during a totally unrelated interview. That's literally all it took for the media to jump on the idea and call it an incoming ban, to the point that the White House had to issue a statement clarifying that it was what is known as "a joke."
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The Secret Service detaining Ortiz for doing vertical video was totally legit, though.
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