From a World Wide Web of embarrassing possibilities, this student may have made out just peachy after what one can only hope was an accidental copy-and-paste error wound up on the "Works Cited" page of a final paper.
Instead of linking to a source that explained the Munich Agreement, the reader was directed to a page that sounds like it could be run by a "Jersey Shore"-inspired silk-screening company.
Here's how that worked out:
Pause for a minute, essayists, and look through your browser history this week. This could have been so much worse. Object lesson: Bibliographies are read, too. Make sure that links to Facebook, eBay, Amazon or anything of a more (ahem) "private nature" don't get included.