The front page of the Boston Globe has been doctored to say Sri Lankans are the world's 'top foolish voters'.
The photo is a 2006 AP photo which shows a man in Ecuador being set on fire after being accused of stealing.
BOOM had previously debunked the video in October 2018 when many claimed that the sand bed was the Ram Setu.
The video being shared was shot in India in November 2019 and not in Sri Lanka during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The image being shared is from a 2017 article about food wastage in Australia.
BOOM found that the viral image has been photoshopped on a image showing a stamp of a blue magpie bird.
The viral posts have compiled images from two separate reports of peacocks dying due to unclear reasons in India and Sri ...
Authorities had asked locals to gather at the mosque in Beruwala to receive testing for the novel Coronavirus.
A misleading list of tips to contain COVID-19 mentions red-coloured soap, white handkerchiefs, and CFL light bulbs.
The video dates back to February 2019 and shows an incident of ragging at a university in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lankan health authorities have urged the public to refrain from sharing misleading information on the 'info-demic'.
The image has been doctored from an image of an anti-CAA protester from India.