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George Costanza Storms Twitter After Finding His Mannequin Doppelgänger

You've gotta give Seinfeld's Jason Alexander a break here: that shit looks just the show's George Costanza. Apparently life truly does emulate Seinfeld, and we're totally okay with that; but also that mannequin is kinda creepy AF.

Seinfeld's George Costanza got on Twitter to hilariously complain about his mannequin doppelganger.
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We’re all kind of sick of the Mannequin Challenge, right? At this point, it’s kind of gone to the dogs, and we’re better for it.

No one told these guys, though. At least their Mannequin Challenge went out with guns blazing.

In Alabama, this Mannequin Challenge, which features an intense shootout, led to two arrests on gun and drug charges. These guys took the challenge really seriously.

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According to The Huffington Post:

Authorities got wind of the footage and obtained a search warrant, and a SWAT team raided the Huntsville property at 5 a.m. on Tuesday, Madison County Sheriff’s Captain Mike Salomonsky said at a press conference.
They seized two handguns, an assault rifle and a shotgun, as well as several rounds of ammunition and magazines. It’s not clear whether any of these weapons appeared in the video. Authorities also confiscated bags of marijuana and a computer, Salomonsky said.

Can we just lay the Mannequin Challenge to rest, before someone gets hurt, please?

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In Case You Haven't Noticed, Literally Everyone Is Doing the Mannequin Challenge

The mannequin challenge has people stopped in their tracks. Everybody is holding their position while a camera moves around the room. And we mean EVERYBODY.

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The Mannequin Challenge can be a bunch of things, but activism is not usually the first one that comes to mind. Well, that’s about to change. 

In this powerful video, this Mannequin Challenge challenges police brutality to create a memorable statement of protest for the Black Lives Matter movement. From Trayvon Martin to to Colin Kaepernick, the video is filled with references to the fight for civil rights, inspiring a call to action and, ironically, movement. Using audio from police shootings of unarmed people, the video is a sharp departure from the typical Mannequin Challenge, but may be the only one that is required viewing.

Check out the original tweet:

Yep.. they won.. game over! pic.twitter.com/dEh65hemly

— Lakers (@KP_Trill) November 10, 2016