Jun 27, 2015 · CNN devoted a segment to a purported ISIS flag that was spotted by correspondent Lucy Pawle in London during the city’s gay pride celebrations Saturday.
A flag decorated with sex toy symbols was mistaken for that of Islamic State in a CNN report on yesterday’s gay pride parade in London.
CNN has mistaken a flag displaying sex toy symbols for that of terrorist organisation Islamic State in a report it aired on London’s Gay Pride parade.
News giant CNN is facing an online backlash after it aired an “exclusive report” which mistook a flag displaying sex toys for the banner of Islamic State at London’s Gay Pride parade.
LONDON — A CNN reporter covered what she thought was an ISIS flag at London’s Pride Parade. But it wasn’t. The flag turned out to be a joke about sex toys.
CNN reported Saturday that a man was flying an ISIS flag at London’s gay-pride parade, but it turned out to be a banner covered in sex toys. CNN International reporter Lucy Pawle called in to the
POOR CNN. YESTERDAY they reported that a man in the London Pride parade was carrying an ‘ISIS flag’ through the crowds, when it was, in fact, a flag with pictures of sex toys all over it. The
The ISIS flag spotted by CNN reporter Lucy Pawle during London Pride parade turns out to be a banner covered in dildos and butt plugs.
When did CNN stop being a news channel? On April 15th, 2014, when the network held a panel discussion on whether Malaysian Airlines flight 370 fell into a black
CNN faces trolls after ‘unnerving’ ISIS flag coverage turns out to be just dildos.
Jul 03, 2015 · CNN has mistaken a flag displaying sex toy symbols for that of terrorist organisation Islamic State in a report it aired on London’s Gay Pride parade. In an ‘exclusive’ report which ran on Saturday, a CNN correspondent went on air to claim she was the only one to notice an ISIS jihad flag being waved among gay pride crowds.
‘I spent the morning hand-stitching dildos to ridicule ISIS’: Gay pride activist behind sex toys banner mistaken for jihadi flag reveals he wanted to lampoon extremist ideology
A man who sparked confusion after a cloth he decorated with sex toy symbols was mistaken for an Islamic State flag has spoken out about the stunt. Paul Coombs revealed he was approached by police