If you caught this on the BBC News Facebook page last night, you may have been a little confused over who they tagged in one of their posts!
Pakistani Law Minister, Zahid Hamid reportedly resigned after protests were staged against a perceived “softening” of the nation’s blasphemy laws.
According to the New Straits Times, the minister resigned when he was accused of blasphemy for leaving out a reference to Prophet Muhammad in a revised version of the country’s electoral oath. Protests were called off not long after his resignation.
BBC posted an article reporting the news on their Facebook page, but made a mistake when they tagged our Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, instead of the Pakistani Law Minister, Zahid Hamid!
Okay lah, we guess the names are nearly identical, but people still weren’t having it!
One user quickly pointed out the error, which prompted the international news outlet to apologise and fix the mistake.
Of course, that didn’t stop everyone from having a good laugh, though!
Well, to quote Hannah Montana, “everybody makes mistakes”!
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