A scary social media threat calling for a crime ‘purge’ spread fear within the residents of Louisville, Kentucky on Aug. 15. This is terrifying.
While the events in the 2013 film The Purge were merely fiction, the potential threat of it happening in Louisville, Kentucky and other cities is very real. Police say that a teenager spread the “Louisville Purge” threat around social media on Aug. 15 and it has since gone viral. The potential threat, which makes all crime legal for 12 hours, also spread to Detroit and has One Direction fans worried since the band’s concert is set to take place in the city on Aug. 16.
Louisville Purge: Social Media Threat Started By Teenager
In the movie The Purge, all crime becomes legal for a 12-hour period without punishment. So when the “Louisville Purge” went viral on social media, Louisville police were worried about the very serious matter. The city of Louisville has taken extra precautions to ensure the safety of its residents.
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