In these times, surprising and shocking things have been happening frequently. Some of the we surprising things are mistakenly taken in a photo. This is what has happened today.
A lady posted a picture on Facebook and surprisingly, people spotted a very awkward thing in the picture. In the picture the girl was seen sitting down in a chair and using her phone.
The bizzare thing people saw was behind her. It was pink in colour and in a square shape. Someone spotted that and asked what's behind her.
Another person replied and said that might look a pink teddy bear. People were surprised because where she took the picture was in a barber shop so there was no way there would be a pink teddy bear.
Later, another person countered that and said that was a pink chair and not a pink teddy bear. Yest still some people were amazed that a barber shop for boys had an item in pink.
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