Ok, social media, you need to go home, you're drunk.

Social media recently has given us the fake MOMO challenge, the memes of Gaga and Bradley Cooper at the Oscars, and now, social media is trying to make us believe that Little Caesar's Pizza wants to give us free pizza. The interwebs caught fire with some post that said Little Caesar's Pizza is celebrating its 60th anniversary and they were giving away three free large pizza coupons. All you had to do was click on the link to get the coupons. Problem is, if you clicked on the link, instead of downloading coupons to feed your face, you might have downloaded a virus to your computer or device.

Apparently, there really is no such thing as a free lunch, or in this case, free pizza.

Little Caesars Pizza posted on their Facebook page about the scam coupons and said the coupon was not generated or distributed by them, and they are monitoring the situation. People on their page were saying things like "If you fall for something like this, you should never be able to have pizza again."

Harsh.

Just remember, if something seems too good to be true, it probably is.