Social media users report bizarre Facebook glitch

Wednesday - 24/08/2022 06:02
Facebook users have mercilessly capitalised on Wednesday afternoon’s global glitch, which completely turned millions of timelines upside down.
Memes flooded some of the most-liked pages on Facebook Wednesday, as users capitalised on the global glitch.
Memes flooded some of the most-liked pages on Facebook Wednesday, as users capitalised on the global glitch.

Facebook users have reported widespread glitches on Wednesday afternoon.

Website tracker DownDetector.com.au reported an outage on the massive social media platform around 4pm AEST.

Users reported seeing dozens of random posts to celebrities appearing on their feed, many from pages they hadn’t even followed.

Forty-three per cent of users have reported issues with the app, 40 per cent relating to the newsfeed and 16 per cent relating to the website in general.

Facebook has not yet confirmed any outage or issue with the website — and there is currently no evidence to suggest the website has been hacked.

Cheeky users have already begun using the glitch to say hello to the wider Facebook community.

Memes aimed at Mark Zuckerberg flooded some of the most-liked pages on Facebook Wednesday, as users capitalised on the global glitch.

One user wrote to Adele’s Facebook page, “I don’t know but I want to try it too, hello!”, while another wrote, “Hey mum, I’m famous”.

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