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The police force in British Columbia, Canada, issued an apology on Friday after a cat-and-filter, it is wrongly applied to a live stream of a press conference about a double homicide.
When the filter is activated, a sergeant with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, all of a sudden a computer screen with the cat ears on her head and whiskers on her face as she spoke to reporters about the slaughter of a young couple, and the day to day hustle and bustle of Vancouver, has been reported.
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The cat filter that had apparently been in an “automatic mode” the police said Friday on Twitter that she is working on a solution to the problem, as well as a video of the press conference, it was made available without the filter.
A sergeant with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police), addresses reporters on Friday with a double homicide that took place in British Columbia. With a cat filter is mistakenly enabled, during a live-stream of the sergeant’s presentation.
“Yes, yes, we are aware and are addressing it,” the police department said on Twitter … “no, Thank you, and we will correct it and release a video shortly.”
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According to the BBC, in the Uk, with a similar technical glitch occurred in June, during the prime minister’s press conference in the united states of america.
The secretary of the party, blamed “human error”, according to a new report.