SICK trolls posted fake videos claiming to be on board the doomed Ethiopian Airlines plane seconds before it crash in a desperate bid to get “likes”.
One video which was widely circulated on Facebook show passengers on a plane wearing oxygen masks.
Despite being filmed on an Ethiopian Airlines plane, the seat configuration shown in the video, does not match that of the one which crashed.
The flight which crashed had a seat configuration of two rows of seats separated by a single aisle whereas the one in the video has three rows with two aisles.
The video also shows a bassinet often given to passengers with babies after the plane has reached its cruising altitude.
FAKE VIDEOS CIRCULATED
Another video posted to Twitter which claims to be Ethiopian Flight 302 moments before the tragic crash is actually a video from an Eithad Airways flight experiencing turbulence.
The Guardian posted the same video in May 2016 describing it as amateur footage which had been filmed on board a flight from Abu Dhabi to Indonesia.
A third video which has been viewed more than 100,000 times falsely states it’s the “last video” of the plane.
It shows people walking up to the jet but the background of the video clearly shows the Aeroporto Internacional de Hargeisa Egal which is in Somalia.
It comes at least nine Britons were among the 157 killed in the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash, the Foreign Office confirmed this evening.
They include a UN animal campaigner, a polar tourism expert, an aid worker, a dad-of-three from Hull and a mother and son.