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A Pakistani Minister Went Live On Facebook But They Forgot To Turn The Cat Filters Off

One year ago   |   By Lovin Dubai

Nothing like a good cat filter to bring joy life, especially when it's political.
A Pakistani politician streamed an address to journalists live on Facebook, but as you know, it ain't easy being purr-fect and the video was deleted soon after the conference ended.
Pakistani politician Shaukat Yousafzai was briefing journalists, but someone left the cat filter on, and Yousafzai along with a number of other politicians were unknowingly representing kitty-cats. And the internet is LIVING for it.
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