Mr. Bean Rowan Atkinson Died!
English Actor Comedian Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) died at 58 after committing suicide. The comedian committed suicide right after the producer remove him on Johnny English 3. Rowan Atkinson (Mr Bean) recorded a suicide video with a message to his producer and fans around the world..
Rest In Peace
Rowan Sebastian “Mr. Bean” Atkinson
Born:6 January 1955 – Died:18 July 2018
Various ‘news’ posts doing rounds on Facebook and stories on few other websites claim that popular comedian Mr. Bean Rowan Atkinson Died. They state different reasons like the comedian committed suicide right after the producer removed him from Johnny English 3 movie, or because he was battling with severe depression, or in an attempt to save the life of a fellow actor on set. Some earlier versions also said Mr. Bean died in a Car Crash. But no, none of these claims about Mr. Bean’s death are facts.
Mr. Bean Rowan Atkinson Died Fake News
Firstly, there are no credible reports of Mr. Bean Rowan Atkinson to have met with any car accident or committed suicide and died. The well-known comedian is pretty much alive. The fake news posts on Facebook actually use popular names of BBC, CNN and FOX News among others and come with a thumbnail picture of Mr. Bean. One such post mentions RIP message and his year of birth and death as (1995-2016), which funnily makes the old actor just 21 years old. The popular comedian is one among many other celebrities like Will Smith, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jackie Chan who is often targeted in death hoax stories. Some other death stories of Mr. Bean originate from satirical/entertainment websites, which are hoaxes again.
The various ‘news’ posts appearing on Facebook stating Mr. Bean Rowan Atkinson died are in fact part of Clickjacking Scam that can try to access your Facebook information, redirect you to survey websites, and can also download malware to your computer sometimes. The scammers trick users with non-existent last-minute video of Mr. Bean before death and try to steal their personal and credit card details. They may also trick you into downloading software that will allow them to take control of your computer, steal your files, and install virus/malware. So, users must be careful before clicking through such posts/stories on Facebook or other sites.
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