The internet had some fun on Monday afternoon when David Cameron's Facebook profile picture was changed. It was the exact same picture as before, but with a Remembrance Day poppy poorly Photoshopped onto his lapel.
Despite the hundreds of pictures already in existence where he's wearing a real poppy.
Has the official 10 Downing Street Facebook page photoshopped a poppy onto David Cameron for their new picture? pic.twitter.com/inLOOVcR5G— Dylan H Morris. (@dylanhm) November 2, 2015
Just in case No. 10's social media team wanted some help, we've thrown together a few more pictures for upcoming events.
And it looks like everyone else had the same idea...
Now with added patriotism. pic.twitter.com/TQ26i6mUmy— Skeptical Rob (@wcskeptic) November 2, 2015
Looks legit to me. pic.twitter.com/SwBU1N6DbG— David Whitley (@mrdavidwhitley) November 2, 2015
Virgin Media billed this man £900 for his poppy, but he claims it was photoshopped on. pic.twitter.com/66yTFUnVtz— David Whitley (@mrdavidwhitley) November 2, 2015
Number 10's first crude attempt to photoshop a poppy onto an old pic of David Cameron was an even bigger blunder. pic.twitter.com/AXFyG2CcVU— David Whitley (@mrdavidwhitley) November 2, 2015
I can't believe No. 10 thought they could blatantly get away with photoshopping a photo of David Cameron. pic.twitter.com/bScdsMNaLH— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) November 2, 2015
I see NO evidence that David Cameron’s poppy pic was Photoshopped. People need to stop jumping to conclusions. pic.twitter.com/xISpGwESD1— Tom Phillips (@flashboy) November 2, 2015
They got the picture fairly quickly and made a change.
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