Facebook could take action on your account should this be abused. I urge you to use on a dummy account if you care about keeping your Facebook profile active.
I’ve had this up on Teen Misc for a couple weeks. It’s been popular and still works.
Locate the person who you want to view photos of
Click on Report/Block. From the popup menu, select Inappropriate Profile photo and press continue.
Select Nudity or pornography and press continue.
Only check Report to Facebook and press continue.
Only select Help us take action by selecting additional photos to include with your report and press Okay.
1.) The pics are too small. How do I make them bigger?
In Google Chrome…
Good advice from ZakNasty. Worthy of a rep if you use it. Using this method the image will keep its original resolution.
Using the above URL we can use ZakNasty’s given method.
copy url in another window
change the ‘a’ to ‘n’ (the last one right before jpg)
=fullsize original image
Adblock Plus is a Firefox addon you may need to download
In Internet Explorer…
Hold CTRL down and scroll your mouse
Hold CTRL + (-/+)
Image may appear pixilated
In any browser… (Windows OS only)
Open Windows Magnifier
Set Magnification so image is large enough
If you want to save the pics…Print Scrn button
Open MS Paint
Paste image and crop as necessary
2.) OP is a Phaggot. He’s trolling us. Doesn’t work.
It seems about 1/3 of people by default are unable to view Private photos using this method.
Some people have found success after changing what language Facebook displays (at the bottom of the page IE: Facebook © 2011 · English (US) Try changing the language to something else.
Some people have found they are unable to with some of their Facebook accounts. So try a different one.
3.) I tried it in Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari……….and it’s not working.
Whether or not it works doesn’t seem to be dependent on what browser you utilize. See tips above.
4.) It worked. Will <Target> find out I reported their picture?
Reporting an image on Facebook is anonymous. The user will recieve no notification from Facebook unless their picture is removed. Even then it will not tell them who reported their image.
However Facebook can see that reports are coming from your account. If they see false reports from your account you run the risk of having your account closed. This is why we stay away from using this method on your main account.
5.) It worked. But it’s saying that I can’t report them again. =(
You can A, do it from a different Facebook account.
You can B, wait 24-72 hours. It seems there is a lockout period of unknown duration. But you will be able to use this method again on same user.
Last edited by ThePoz; Today at 09:02 AM.