MH370 Pilot Alive In Taiwan? Truth Revealed

MH370 Pilot Alive In Taiwan? Truth Revealed
9M-MLH | Malaysia Airlines | Boeing 737-8FZ(WL) | Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. byeangel / Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 2.0
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Ever since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on March 8, 2014, a seemingly endless stream of false theories and strange speculation has swarmed the Internet. And this recent MH370 theory is more of an outright hoax that fooled numerous Internet users as the malicious deception went viral last week.


The shocking deception gained too much attention on the web Malaysia government officials were forced to issue an official denial. Inquisitr claims that the online publication possibly originating the issue came from the World News Daily Report. The viral hoax centered around a photo of a seriously injured man in a hospital bed, and he is allegedly Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 pilot.

According to Snopes, the Link Beef website also published an article on 10 February 2016, reporting that pilot Ahmad Shah was found alive in Taipei, Taiwan.

“Zaharie Ahmad Shah finally woke up almost 16 hours after arriving at the hospital, however, he couldn’t remember his name or how he arrived in Taipei. He was quickly identified by his fingerprints, which instantly attracted global attention from the media and from various Asian governments.”

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As stated by Astro Awani, the report was viewed by netizens as foolish and inconsiderate especially towards the family of pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah.

The man in the photo is Aung Myo Oo, a migrant worker of Myanmar admitted in Hospital Kuala Lumpur after being assaulted in 2013.