PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — It was a mistake that had some people in Pakistan scratching their whiskers.
A regional minister was giving a briefing that was livestreamed on social media last week when viewers noticed the officials had unexpected feline features. The cat filter, a social media feature applying drawn images onto people's faces, was on.
Social media was quick to pounce on the image .
In a statement posted on Twitter, the ruling party's social media team wrote it had determined "human error" by a hardworking volunteer caused the mistake. The team said the cat filter was removed "within a few minutes."
The team says actions have been taken to prevent "such an incident" in the future.