Facebook stalking is one thing. We've all done it, am I right guys? Hello?
Okay then. Well, it's better than literal stalking, i.e. lurking at someone's house like a bona fide nut job. We're talking to you, Pradeep Manukonda. Creep.
Mark Zuckerberg obtained a restraining order against that man, who at first was badgering the Facebook CEO on his very site, then took it beyond that.
Manukonda is accused of leaving flowers and a handwritten note at his home, walking up to said home, and showing up at several Facebook offices looking for him.
According to the handwritten note and Facebook wall posts, Manukonda consistently referenced some problem that he wanted Mark Zuckerberg to help him with.
Probably couldn't figure out the privacy settings - those are beyond confusing.“Thank you for your time and attention towards my problem,” the note reads. “I owe my entire life to your service, please help me, I am ready to die for you.”
A judge told Manukonda to stay at least 300 yards away from Zuckerberg, his sister and his girlfriend. In an interview, Manukonda apologized for his behavior.
“I’m a peaceful guy … I’m sorry he thought I was trying to harm him,” he said.
Consider yourself unfriended, Pradeep.