By Missy Crane | February 26, 2020
I laughed so hard watching this video.
This North Carolina reporter was completely clueless that he had “Facebook filters” turned on as he was filming his live weather story.
Justin Hinton thought he just filed a perfect, mistake-free weather report on the “first legitimate snowfall of the season” in North Carolina.
Little did he know it was the biggest and best-blundered report ever!
Hinton didn’t know anything was wrong until he saw viewer comments asking about all his “weird faces.”
Before going live, Hinton accidentally flipped on the auto Facebook filters that added some “extra flair” to his report.
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While he’s very professionally informing viewers about school closings and giving everyone warnings about the serious weather conditions, Justin’s look is going through a series of different face filters from a wizard to a spaceman, a cat, and some googly-eyed thing, among others.
You can watch the video below:
After Justin discovered that his weather report was filled with cartoon faces he said he was excited to go back and look at it.
Justin said that the photographer he was working with said “something” about the screen having “weird faces,” but Justin didn’t ask for details and figured it was nothing and they’d “go away.”
“I didn’t realize it until I stepped off-camera and saw the comments where people were talking about the faces.”
This is probably one of the all-time best “local news” bloopers ever.
This piece originally appeared on WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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