Quebec Ministry of Health mistakenly tweets a video for adults

The Ministry of Health from the Canadian province of quebec apologized Thursday after posting a Tweet that linked to a adult video.

According to reports obtained by AmericanPost.Newsthe post was intended to connect users to Quebec’s COVID-19 portal.

But the local branch of broadcaster CTV News reported that the tweet included a link to a fetish video on porn streaming site PornHub.

The Quebec Ministry of Health apologized for the inconvenience

The Quebec Ministry of Health apologized for the inconvenience.

“Due to a situation beyond our control, a link with inappropriate content was posted on our Twitter account,” tweeted the Quebec Ministry of Health after the incident.

“We are looking for the causes of this,” the ministry added, before apologizing for the inconvenience.

Pornhub is based in Montreal, and is owned by Canadian-born Canadian porn firm MindGeek. In 2021, dozens of women filed a lawsuit against MindGeek, accusing the company of profiting from sexual exploitation.

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