You might have seen weather-reporting being intruded by storms or snowfall, but this intrusion by ‘filters’ is the best of them all.
In a video doing the rounds on the web, Justin Hinton, while reporting the snowfall in Madison County through Facebook Live, didn’t realise that he has accidentally turned on the Facebook filter and we are like, thank God he didn’t, or else how we would have got this endearing video to ROFL over?
Have a look:
The video was shared by WLOS television station for whom Justin reports. “When you’re trying to do a serious Facebook Live about the weather, and you accidentally tap the Mystery Mask filter,” read the caption.
Justin then retweeting the video wrote, “The feeling when you realize everyone at work was watching your FB live and you had no idea a random filter generator was turned on”.
The internet seems to be loving the reporting idea and surely wants more of it.
Watched this happen, live on Facebook, and was very amused. This is the joy of live broadcasting, right?— Mike Jones (@m_w_jones) February 21, 2020
Justin! My dude that is hilarious!February 23, 2020
I hope the man doing the report doesn't feel bad about this, this is the simplest of errors and i am sure it brought a lot of levity to a lot of peoples' day, in an age where we need such things. Yay first snow there! ?❄— Blue TaKurra (@Kurracolt) February 26, 2020
This is the best! Do it more often!— Vicki Howe (@lbkvix) February 21, 2020
OMG too funny! I think reporters should do this more often. I'd watch more weather reports for sure. ?— Dionne Lister (@DionneLister) February 25, 2020
This should be compulsory, especially on cold miserable days and I bet it cheered every viewer up. My favourite is the power cut one with the torch…I wonder if anyone really thought the lights had been switched off…outside?— Lady Upperthong of Scratchy Bottom (@huwiggins) February 26, 2020