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You might recall the motorcyclist who risked his life to stop a young man from jumping off a highway overpass but we have some news that might alarm you. Russian journalists have released an update on the man's situation after discovering it was all a front for sympathy handouts. The unstable man allegedly staged the jump around the death of his mother, but come to find out his mom is living and well.

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