Just a few weeks after a Pakistani politician’s press conference was streamed live on Facebook with the cat filter on, another politician has shown us the importance of not believing everything you see on the Internet.

Pakistan’s Awami Tehreek secretary general tweeted a video of a passenger jet pilot narrowly avoiding an oil tanker parked on the runway during landing. “Narrow escape of an aircraft which could have ended in a great disaster. Miraculous save by the pilot’s presence of mind.” he tweeted on July 5th. Fortunately for potential passengers, but unfortunately for the secretary general, the video clip is animated and comes from the game Grand Theft Auto 5.

It is not a surprise that the amount of trolling that ensued was not very good publicity for such a public person and the tweet has since been deleted, but the YouTube video, which is from the start obviously animated, is still online:

A volunteer for Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan’s political party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s(PTI) has made a small mistake. The Facebook page of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa regional government broadcasted a press conference covering important political topics live, but the person responsible for recording the session with a phone accidentally turned on the cat filter.

The incident, of course, went viral on Twitter and has brought laughter and joy to many people since it happened two days ago.

This is the official explanation from the party’s Twitter account:

An Indian TV Channel has been widely ridiculed online after a bizarre claim about the weather in the country.

Before broadcasting a report about a heatwave, a female anchor announced it by saying the report that is about to be aired would reveal how Pakistan is to blame for the extreme weather in India.

The report claimed that “experts” are of the opinion that the recent extra-hot summer was an attack initiated from Pakistan because the winds flowing to India from Pakistan were responsible for carrying the heat with them to the Indian state of Rajasthan.

Supposedly, this has started a rather silly debate in India about the possibility that Pakistan actually has such technology. Who needs nukes when you have the power to curse a whole region with sweaty balls and underboob sweat stains!