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Too Good to Be True

You know what they say about if something is too good to be true. One woman said she knew she was purchasing faux AirPods because, duh, they were $62 USD on Amazon, but was in for a big surprise when she checked her mailbox.

British paper Metro reports that the woman, named Aleezay, from Dubai, technically received a pair of imitation AirPods. But, she didn't account for the size.

Instead, she was sent AirPods bigger than her head. To put it into perspective, the fake AirPods were slightly bigger than a hairdryer. Chances are, if she tried taking them through airport security, they'd be confiscated as weapons.

When she posted about the incident to Twitter for a laugh, her plight quickly went viral. So much so, she actually deleted her account. As of Tuesday, her screen name Al333zay no longer exists.

Thankfully, we will always have the screenshots as proof, which goes to show that one should always be mindful of what they put on social media because, once it's posted -- it's there forever.

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