Man Banned From Facebook After Reacting With The “Plane React” To A 911 Memorial Post
A man has been permanently banned from Facebook for using the wrong reaction in the wrong post. The plane reaction came out yesterday and was already removed today. According to Facebook, it was a bug, not a new feature, and that’s why the removed it. Nevertheless, while it was still up, thousands (or maybe millions) used it with almost any post they saw on the site.
This includes Ryan Allen, a 22-year old man who was reacting with the “plane react” to every post. Accidentally (allegedly), he used this reaction in a 911 memorial post, and the original poster reported it to Facebook.
He was permanently banned from Facebook due to offensive behavior, which goes against the Facebook Community Standards, and is the reason why thousands are banned every day. But this ban was permanent because he also used a non-official feature to be even more offensive. The length of your ban follows the equation: length of offensiveness * history of bans * value added by Facebook reviewer.
In this case, the length of offensiveness was over 9000, and the value added by the Facebook reviewer was +infinity. All of this, multiplied by his history of bans, which was 1. You already know the answer.