The Daily Bandwagon

Man addicted to click-bait seeks professional help. What happens next will shock you!

The Daily Bandwagon

A man in his mid-thirties has admitted to being addicted to internet click bait, and is asking for emergency therapy to cure him.

Russell Watts, 37, explains: “I guess it started around 2010. Scanning an innocuous list of fifteen images I couldn’t believe existed, my eye was drawn to the bottom of the page, where there was a photo of a 17-year-old kid, reclining across the bonnet of a Ferrari holding a wad of banknotes, who claimed to be making upwards of £700 a day working from home. And it was happening in my local town! Suffice to say, I had to know more.”