As Twitchy reported, Alix Bryan, part of the “kick-ass web and social media team” at CBS6 in Richmond, Virginia, decided to report the Memories Pizza GoFundMe page for fraud. She didn’t let a little thing like having no evidence stand in her way.

Anyway, needless to say, Bryan is getting pummeled on Twitter for her hacktastic hackery. And, as she sees it, that’s just not fair:

Sounds to us like someone needs to give Alix a heavy dose of reality. Tweeter @mountainofyah was up to the task — and boy, did they come through:

Sorry, we’re gonna need a minute to collect ourselves. Because that was perfect. Just perfect.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a better one. Bravo, @mountainofyah!

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