A section on the official “UK Prime Minister” Facebook account called “This is GREAT Britain” leads to a blank page with the words “Page not found”.
The gaffe was spotted by journalist Dan O’Donoghue, who posted a screenshot of the page just before Boris Johnson’s “PeoplePMQs” live video started.
It is not clear what the point of the page is or why it is titled in the style of an angry middle-aged man's tweet.
The section was still on the account and still empty just after 1pm on Wednesday.
Johnson’s “PeoplePMQs” was billed as an opportunity for members of the public to question the prime minister on his performance.
However, it failed to impress political commentators, who just saw a collection of soft questions selected by Downing Street.
For some reason, Johnson wasn’t able to answer Tom Peck’s question…
It was a far cry from the days of then-deputy prime minister Nick Clegg’s Call Clegg programme on LBC - which included a bizarre pre-recorded question from Johnson in 2013, asking why government ministers don’t use public transport.
The regular PMQs may be bad but they're definitely more useful than Johnson's "People's" version.