Written by Katarina Frogpond2

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Topics: Bullying

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

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Could Cyber Philanthropism be a cure for bullying.

The leader of the computer hacker group LulzSec has delighted one of his multitude of followers by taking on her work bully...and winning.

The follower, who called herself Ellie2, is said to have told the computer hacker how her life was being made a misery by her cold, calculating, evil boss. She also told the man she came to know as Lulzy, that this woman had made her cry every day for a fortnight.

The Computer Genius is said to have said "Don't worry. I'll sort her out. Just give me some details."

Ellie2 then provided the LulzSec Hacker with the name, address, car registration and bank details of her tormentor. She then watched in delight as the magic began.

The morning after her request was granted her boss was arrested for multiple driving offences. She tried to protest her innocence, but wasn't listened to because the details were all there in black and white on the Police computer. All put there by LulzSec.

She was then released on police bail, but only hours after she got home, she received 2,000 books from Amazon...and a bill for £20,000.

Next to arrive was a truck load of wet cement, which was dumped in the bully's garden, obscuring her newly built patio and her newly installed hot tub. The cement set solid and her garden was destroyed.

When the woman complained to both the cement company and Amazon about the delivery mistakes she believed they had made. They said "We haven't made a mistake. The requests are on the computer. You made them yourself"

During the week that followed, similar gifts arrived on her doorstep. These gifts included an enormous pile of manure, A boa constrictor snake, a troup of baboons, and 25,000 rubber ducks, all imported from china.

Then for a day or two everything went quiet, and the bully thought her problems were over. But her problems only got worse when the last day of March arrived. That day should have been pay day. But not for Ellie's office bully.

When the horrible woman went to look at her bank statement on her computer she found that she had given away all her money to several worthy charities all dealing with the support of bullied people.

These included the National Bullying Helpline, The Samaritans and Mind. Amnesty International was on the list of recipients too, because of the good work they do in fighting injustices across the world.

Ellie has said that Lulzy also deposited a large amount of cash into her bank account to help her get back on her feet.

Ellie has admitted she feels a bit sorry for her boss now because she has lost everything. But she also thinks that this story should act as a warning to all bullies everywhere.

The last words Ellie wrote on her Facebook site before she went on holiday to Barbados today were "Be careful who you bully, especially if they're the quiet geeky type. In this age of cyber philanthropism, you never know who might answer their desperate pleas help."

By Katarina Frogpond

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