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Ministry Of Health Accidentally Posts Post About Foot Fetish Porn Instead Of Covid Data

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Ministry Of Health Accidentally Posts Post About Foot Fetish Porn Instead Of Covid Data

Quebec's Ministry of Health has apologised for accidentally tweeting a link to a foot fetish video on Pornhub.

With a Twitter following of more than 100,000, the health agency tweeted the x-rated link on Thursday, 14 April, and took more than half an hour to correct their mistake.

The link that was provided reportedly took Twitter users to a a video titled 'Femdom (female domination) foot worship'.

Very awks indeed.

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The health agency, also known as Santé Québec, later apologised and tweeted: "Due to a situation beyond our control, a link with inappropriate content was posted on our Twitter account. We are looking for the causes.

"We are sorry for the inconveniences."

Credit: Twitter/sante_qc
Credit: Twitter/sante_qc

As expected, Twitter users were quick to react.

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"Free porn brought to you by your government,' one wrote.

Another added: "Now THAT'S the Covid information we've all been looking for!"

"We should also be hesitant to click any further links provided by the Quebec Ministry of Health," a third joked, to which someone else replied: "It's because we're going to erect, oops, elections."

A fifth wrote: “My deepest sympathies go out to the Santé Québec employee who accidentally tweeted out foot fetish porn from the official government Twitter page along with the daily Covid-19 update.”

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Credit: Pexels
Credit: Pexels

While another added: "Looking for the causes? Maybe don’t watch porn at work?"

Well, Santé Québec eventually updated their Twitter feed with the correct statistics, which has seen 3,190 new cases in the last 24 hours, with 26 new deaths reported. 

46,057 new vaccinations have also been given out and 7.43 million (85.7 percent) have now received their first jab.

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Also 7.12 million have been administrated their second jab.

A South Korean doctor has come under fire after he suggested people who haven't yet caught Covid-19 probably don't have any friends.

“The adults who have not yet been infected with Covid-19 are those who have interpersonal problems," Korean Vaccine Society vice-president Ma Sang-hyuk wrote on Facebook.

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He deleted the post shortly afterwards because he copped some serious backlash. He has since insisted he wasn't being serious about the remarks.

“It emphasised how difficult it is for anyone to avoid the virus in a situation where there is a high rate of confirmed cases in the area," he said an interview with South Korean news site Daily.

One person wrote on Facebook: “I have no great interest in socialising. Even less now. It doesn’t necessarily mean it is an interpersonal problem.

"It’s just a preference to do your own thing.”

Others said they had simply been fortunate to dodge Covid-19.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: PornHub, Coronavirus

Anish Vij

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