This article was published on September 20, 2013

Unintentional comedy gold: Pixel fault gives politician a rather unfortunate moustache during interview.


Unintentional comedy gold: Pixel fault gives politician a rather unfortunate moustache during interview.
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Nigel Farage, the leader of far-right British political party, the UK Independence Party, ended up with a rather unfortunate Hitler like moustache today during a BBC interview. The interview was broadcast live on a large display in Manchester, UK.

Ironically, Farage was discussing reports that teachers saw him as a ‘racist’ and a ‘fascist’ while at school.

Interestingly enough, this idea is virtually identical to an infamous scene from popular British comedy Father Ted. Only in Father Ted the pixels were a ‘perfectly square piece of dirt’.

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