A politician live streamed a press conference with the cat filter on and it’s just purrfect
We’ve seen some laughable political gaffes in our time, such as Boris Johnson dangling from a high-wire, or Boris Johnson slamming into a child during a rugby photo-op, or Boris Johnson talking about whisky sales in a Sikh temple, but we’ve never seen a politician address the nation via the cat filter – until now.
Pakistani politician, Shaukat Yousafzai, made his weekly press statement in the manner of a thirteen-year-old girl due to the actions of a volunteer staff member, according to reports – or possibly an ex-volunteer staff member by now.
Here are a few of the reactions from Twitter.
You can't beat this! Khyber Pakhtunkhwa govt's live presser on Facebook with cat filters.. pic.twitter.com/xPRBC2CH6y
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) June 14, 2019
Who let the Cats out? Meow meow… meow
— nilesh bhople (@nileshbhople) June 15, 2019
Someone accidentally turned on the cat filter while live streaming a press conference held by a regional govt in Pakistan and the photos just made my day.
— Safia Khan (@safiakhanmn) June 15, 2019
#Caturday, the Pakistani way!
— Gondwana (@Axolotl_2019) June 17, 2019
— World Breaking News (@vanmark5) June 15, 2019
Someone called @Khushal had a suggestion for the minister.
— (@Khushal) June 15, 2019
We’re just waiting for Boris Johnson’s “Hold my beer” response.