The "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" franchises have certainly had their fair share of villains over the span of it's umpteenth seasons, but they might all look like relatively decent people thanks to this season's public enemy No. 1.

Season 12's Chad Johnson may be the most diabolical villain to date, taking his nefarious ways to the world wide web.

It was reported on June 2 that the good looking luxury real estate agent purchased some online real estate that, well, should belong to his fellow "Bachelorette" suitors. Yes, Chad purchased the domain names of Derek Peth, Robby Hayes, Chase McNary and Alex Woytkiw, all of whom are vying for JoJo Fletcher's heart on the ABC show.

As if that weren't enough, the URLs —,, and — don't lead to dummy pages, they lead to a dummy's page (we kid, we kid.) All the domain names reroute to Chad's Instagram page.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is the epitome of causing shenanigans, even after the camera's have stopped rolling. The dedication to being a villain is rather commendable, and, to be fair, somewhat brilliantly entertaining.

There seems to be a method to the madness, as far as Chad was concerned. On the most recent episode, Alex a Marine, confronted Chad for hoarding JoJo's time. The two had a verbal altercation with Chad telling Alex he would "lose [his] damn teeth." Another scene in the episode featured the latest Bachelor villain mocking Derek, saying he has no shot at capturing JoJo's heart.

While many consider Jordan Rodgers, the brother of NFL stud Aaron Rodgers, as a favorite, Chad didn't have a chance to snag that domain, and believe us, he would have if he could! That domain name, as well as that of Evan Bass, who Chad also has issues with, is already taken, presumably by those very men.

Chad, on Twitter, laughed off his latest prank on June 2, saying "Buying other contestants domain names? That's a bold move cotton let's see if it pays off #chadageddon."

Just like he said on social media: Chad-ageddon is upon us, and if you don't believed that, he'll reroute your domain page until you believe it.