Due to the quarantine against the background of the coronavirus epidemic, the Italian priest conducted an online worship service via Facebook and accidentally turned on the filter mode.
The Italian priest accidentally activated video filters on Facebook when he began an online broadcast of worship because of the coronavirus. About this March 25, writes the Daily Mail.
A few seconds after the start of the broadcast, a digital transformer helmet appeared on the head of the clergyman.
Among the other filters that appeared on the video, animated dumbbells, falling yellow confetti, sunglasses on the face of the priest.
At some point, he has a long gray beard, and then his face is completely covered with cat hair.
This is not the first time Facebook filters are causing embarrassing situations. In February, an American journalist Justin Hinton, on February 21, during a live broadcast with a story about snowfall, accidentally activated Facebook mask filters and did not notice this.
According to the American Johns Hopkins University, by March 26, more than 80 thousand people were infected with coronavirus in Italy, 8,215 were killed.
Since March 11, the country has been subject to strict quarantine measures, it ranks first in the number of deaths and second in the number of infected after China and the United States.
According to American Johns Hopkins University on March 27, the total number of infected people in the world exceeded 551 thousand, of which 24 906 people died, more than 127 thousand recovered.