Facebook bans user’s puppy photo, and it’s all just a hilarious misunderstanding

Facebook bans user’s puppy photo, and it’s all just a hilarious misunderstanding

An animal lover was baffled after a photo of his 3-day-old puppy was banned from Facebook for ‘violating community standards.’

Seeing as Facebook is roughly 15% pet photos, how could this happen?

Well, here’s the image shared by 16-year-old Dominic Ibaos that sent the social network’s censor squad’s heads a-spinning:

Dominic only realised it could be mistaken for something else after the same photograph was banned from a local animal lovers group. Luckily he saw the funny side after he shared the notification online, causing the penis-lookalike puppy went viral with more than 60,000 retweets, likes and shares.

However the teenager joked that it was hard for him to see his puppy, a rare Xoloitzcuintli breed named Dimitri, as a penis.

“I got a notification saying it had been blocked a few minutes after I posted it to the group,” Dominic told the Mirror. “It’s really hard for me to see the penis perspective because when I look at it, I always just see the puppy.”

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3 Comments

  1. Mandy
    May 18, 08:24 Reply

    😂😂😂😂 This is just hilarious. Who works in the Facebook ban office sef, human beings or machines?

  2. real
    May 18, 08:27 Reply

    imagine rubbing one off to this photo, only to realize what it really is

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