Top 5 Funniest Media Blunders

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Newspapers, TV news shows and corporate social media feeds make mistakes every day. After all, media outlets are run by humans and humans make mistakes. Sometimes the gaffes and errors are so insanely egregious, however, that you can't help but laugh out loud. In some cases, the top blunders are more than just a laughing matter.
Top 5 Funniest Media Blunders

2Kenneth Cole Cairo Tweet

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In an attempt to be clever, the person behind the Twitter account for Kenneth Cole, an American apparel company, decided to make light of an explosive political situation in Egypt. In 2011, millions of protesters took to the streets of Cairo to oust longtime dictator Hosni Mubarak. The hashtag #Cairo was used to bring awareness to the uprising, but Kenneth Cole used it as an opportunity to bring attention to its newest clothing line by tweeting, "Millions are in uproar in #Cairo. Rumor is they heard our new spring collection is now available online at http://bit.ly/KCairo." As a result, the company suffered a huge backlash and was forced to make an apology.

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