This photo of Qur'an CDs has been going viral on social media with a message warning people that they are coated in poisonous chemicals. Harvey Specter🥀 @rezwanakhanx What has this world come to? 10:48 AM - 02 Jul 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite The warning message has been shared widely on Twitter and WhatsApp and people are kind of stressed out about it. Twitter: @wxitwhxt But the same photo also went viral on Russian social media sites in November last year. Игорь Мальцев @MaltsevIS Внимание друзья! Будьте осторожны!!!! В почтовые ящики стали подбрасывать такие пакетики. Не открывайте! Внутри ядо… https://t.co/qzI83pSqsk 04:54 PM - 13 Nov 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite It was covered by a number of media publications. life.ru "People of Saint Petersburg are being scared on social networks by 'poisonous disks' in mailboxes."But the report also claimed that a spokesperson for the interior ministry said no incidents had been reported. The photo also appears in an article from a German outlet, published last November, that reported the police were investigating the CDs after rumours of them being contaminated went viral. express.de "Contaminated with poison? Turkish residents in Schäl Sick (eastern Cologne) worry about CDs in their mailboxes." The CDs were found to contain no poison at all and Mannheim police published a Facebook post calling the claims fake. View this post on Facebook facebook.com So, in a nutshell, if you see this picture with a warning that these CDs are poisonous, they're probably not.