If you search Shi Runlong, you might find he is a young venture capitalist and philanthropist, who owns four major conglomerates and co-heads the Japanese Red Cross Society. But it turns out Shi is just a 17-year-old middle school graduate. https://t.co/IBsff0bupL @sixthtone— Jim Stevenson (@VOAStevenson) September 13, 2018
Turns out Trump may have a point...creating fake news can be criminal and land you some jail time!
Seventeen year old junior high dropout, identifying himself as "Sh Runlong Jocker" posed on Chinese social media as a poverty fighting billionaire even spreading photoshopped images of himself standing with world leaders to back up his claims.
Among them, he says he's a board member of the Japanese Red Cross Society and a director at a fictional Shandong Internet Economic Research Center.
Some of the leaders included President Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Police are now searching for the teen, who could face jail over creating "an adverse impact on the society."