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An apparent BBC News subtitling error has turned out to offer one of the most accurate political representations in the media.
The clip, which was part of BBC News at 5 yesterday, saw presenter Huw Edwards introduce chief political correspondent Vicki Young.
"We've been told in the last few seconds or so that we can expect to see and hear from the prime minister," he said.
However, according to a screenshot posted to Twitter by journalist Alastair Reid, the automated subtitle generator referred to Boris Johnson not as the prime minister but as "the punisher".
This is either a fantastic subtitle blooper or the BBC is now openly referring to Boris Johnson as "the punisher" https://t.co/gBz1gp8zsZ — Alastair Reid (@Alastair Reid)
Understandably, people found the blooper highly relatable.
@ajreid @mrjohncrowley Absolutely beautiful — Hannah Jane Parkinson (@Hannah Jane Parkinson)
@ajreid @unipede I can see a remake in the works. — Richie Von Reck (@Richie Von Reck)
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