It doesn't need to be April Fool's Day to find foolishness on the web. But it sure can help.
Snooping on the interweb has uncovered three Georgia stories that could all very well be April Fool's Day hoaxes. Only one of them isn't. Can you guess which one?
What do you think? Which one is real? Clicking into the stories should tell you. (If it doesn't, we can't help.)
Man In Gorilla Suit Arrested After Pelting Town With Bananas The Times-Herald informed its readers about a man, Jim Hokes, 36, who was arrested on multiple drug and vandalism charges after he dropped some ecstasy, dressed as an ape and began pelting cars and people with bananas. One woman was injured.
Father Fed Up With Daughter's Messy Room Moves Her to Driveway WSAV-TV has this tale about a Fort Stewart soldier who went to "extreme" lengths to teach his teenage daughter a lesson. The man, fed up with his daughter's messy room, moved everything in it to the family's driveway and erected a sign: "Haley, room moved to driveway. Clean it next time."
And, finally, from Atlanta:
OUTKAST RETUNRS TO THE A! Creative Loafing Atlanta, with it's purposefully (?) misspelled headline, informs readers of the return of Outkast. "Stank you. Stank you, smelly much!"