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Canada’s Department of Health shares foot fetish porn instead of COVID data

A Canadian health ministry has apologized for sharing a link to a foot fetish porn video instead of the government’s COVID stats.

Quebec’s health ministry has been blushed and forced to apologize after a link was shared on official government social media directing people to a foot fetish porn video instead of the daily tally of local cases of COVID by the government agency.

A ministry spokesperson has since confirmed that an investigation is underway into the sordid blunder.

According to a report by The Journal of Quebecthe now-deleted social media post linked to a video on PornHub, a site that has previously come under heavy criticism for allegedly allowing the distribution of child pornography and rape footage on its platform.

The publication went on to say that it took around 30 minutes for the gaffe to be rectified, with the ministry later apologizing for the mistake.

“Due to a situation beyond our control, a link with inappropriate content has been posted on our Twitter account”, apologizes online Lily. “We are looking for the causes. We are sorry for the inconvenience.”

While the foot fetish porn link controversy has undoubtedly embarrassed a few Canadian officials, they can at least take solace in the fact that things could have been worse.

For example, they can be grateful that their adult content gaffe is nowhere near as bad as the one that happened to the Italian Senate last year, which saw an animated porn video broadcast live – both online and apparently on TV – at a meeting on government transparency. .

Held by the left-leaning 5 Star Movement, the publicly broadcast meeting – attended by a Nobel Prize-winning physicist – was interrupted midway through ‘anime-style’ pornographic images made by fans of a character popular video game. .

According to a Daily mail incident report, the footage continued to play for approximately 20 seconds before being stopped.

An event organizer has claimed someone ‘sneaked’ into an online video call for the event, with Italian news service ANSA reporting that an Italian senator said she had reported the incident to the country’s postal police and that she hoped those responsible for the high-profile prank would be punished.

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