This has come as a shocking news for all the fans of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The Austrian-American actor reportedly became a victim of a death hoax yet again after news of his death went viral online on 27th August.
This hoax about the 68-year-old star and politician went viral when a website, MSMBC.co, published an article claiming he was found dead at his California home.
The 'Terminator' star was reportedly found dead at his Las Angeles, California home. Schwarzenegger was 68-years-old and his cause of death was said to be a heart attack, claimed the report. Police responded to the L.A. home after receiving a 911 emergency call for a "unresponsive male," read the article.
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Upon entering the house, police found Schwarzenegger's deceased body in his bed. Not much information has been shared for now.
The hoax website even quoted Los Angeles Police Chief James J Freda as saying, "We found Mr. Schwarzenegger in his bedroom deceased around 9:30 pm on Wednesday. We found no reason to believe foul play was a factor in his death but intent to perform a full investigation."
The actor was also active on Twitter and his last tweet as of now reads,
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">CA must continue to build infrastructure, so I hope the Legislature will pass the <a href="https://twitter.com/AssemblyGOP">@AssemblyGOP</a> plan to <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/FixOurRoads?src=hash">#FixOurRoads</a>. <a href="https://t.co/K2SKwx0UNs">https://t.co/K2SKwx0UNs</a></p>— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) <a href="https://twitter.com/Schwarzenegger/status/637291782724648960">August 28, 2015</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
Surprisingly, the robust actor did not respond to the internet death hoax and a day after the fake report surfaced online, he was spotted with producer Robert Earl at the E Baldi Restaurant in Los Angeles, according to Daily Mail.
Well, this is not a shocking news as Arnoldhas already been a victim of death hoax way back in February 2014. A fake death report went so viral on social media that a fan page called "RIP Arnold Schwarzenegger" was created as a tribute to the star!