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There was a sign language interpreter on stage at NELSON MANDELA'S memorial on Tuesday, signing what all the world leaders said . . . including PRESIDENT OBAMA.
There's just one problem. It turns out the guy was a COMPLETE FAKE.
He didn't know sign language AT ALL, and was just moving his hands around randomly. You and I might not have noticed, but obviously deaf people knew IMMEDIATELY, and started pointing it out on Twitter.
But no one's quite sure how a bogus sign language interpreter managed to get hired for one of the biggest events in South African history. His name hasn't been released.
And for some reason, after the story broke, the "Today" show did a bit where they had a FAKE INTERPRETER signing along to what the anchors were saying.
Less than an hour later, they realized it was potentially offensive to deaf people and Mandela's memory . . . AND wasn't funny. So they quickly issued an apology.
But now the guy who did the interpreting is defending himself, and says he was having a schizophrenic episode.
We're sure her parents are proud
Here's some good news for any single people getting that LONELY Christmas feeling. Your soul mate is less than two gallons of gas away.
According to a new study, the average person who's met their SOUL MATE found they lived within 41 miles of that person when they met.
Only 16% of people surveyed said distance was an issue when they first met their soul mate.
The study also found it took people an average of only three-and-a-half months before they realized that person was "the one."