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#GE0215 Trending On Twitter, Despite It Not Being The Year 215 AD

07/05/2015 16:09 BST | Updated 07/05/2015 16:59 BST
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Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown prepares to speak at the UN Security Council in New York, while Britain's Foreign Secretary David Miliband looks on in the background.

Do you see what's wrong with this picture?

Look closely. There's a typo in the General Election hashtag. What is supposed to read "#GE2015" is reading "#GE0215". And the misspelled version is trending higher than the correct one.

A lot of people have been caught out by this awkward mistake, including Dazed magazine:

And Sky:

And a Metro writer:

And a HuffPost UK writer:

The Times too, but they deleted it. Spoilsports.

Armando Ianucci was victim of the slip-up:

And so were members of the general public:

But don't worry, we think we've tracked down the culprit.

Keiran, it's all your fault. You made people look like they were tweeting about an election from 1,800 years ago.

Naughty Keiran.

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