Texas A&M Student Arrested After Making Terroristic Threat On Yik Yak

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Let’s escape back to 2014 for a second. A time when Yik Yak still held some relevance in the minds of America’s young adults. Anonymous insults and recycled Yaks were aplenty. Your mom’s promiscuity and every male’s sexual preference was questioned daily. It was a different world. Today, it’s a shell of its former self. It’s sad to see the social media life cycle take its toll so quickly, but with posts such as what we saw at Texas A&M yesterday, nobody can claim to be shocked when its grave is finally dug.

Texas A&M authorities arrested Christopher Louis Bolanos-Garza yesterday evening after the only other person still using Texas A&M’s Yik Yak came across a terroristic threat posted on the medium.

From Newsweek:

“THIS IS NOT A JOKE! DON’T GO TO CAMPUS BETWEEN 7 AND 730 THIS WILL BE MY ONLY WARNING,” Christopher Louis Bolanos-Garza’s post read, according to a statement issued by authorities. The post was made on Tuesday around 3:40 p.m. local time.

No creativity whatsoever. This goon is nothing but a pathetic copycat. Although, in his defense, anyone stupid enough to threaten a public university likely does not possess the intelligence required to construct an original thought. There are just things you don’t do, and attempting to terrorize an innocent group of people is fairly high on the list, especially in today’s climate.

The cops quickly deflated this idiot’s anonymously-inflated testicles after receiving an emergency subpoena in order to retrieve his personal information from Yik Yak. Yik Yak gave it up, and within hours, the clown was being led away by campus police after being tracked down on the university’s campus.

Bolanos-Garza still has his ass parked in a jail cell in the Brazos County Jail after he was denied bond, and deservingly so. If convicted of the charge of making a terroristic threat, the Aggie could find himself reexamining his poor social media decisions for the next ten years in a Texas prison.

[via Newsweek]

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