Wet, Soapy Elbows
Facebook confused elbow for, well, not elbows, and in the process brought the world this wonderful optical illusion.
Kylie Minogue Gone Teddy Bear Wild
A simple case of microphone confusion by the good censors at Facebook. Classic mic mixup.
Scandalous Elbow Exposure
That awkward moment when Facebook confused an elbow for a breast.
Michele Bachmann and the Corn Dog Incident
Facebook blocked comedian Shann Carr from posting this photo of Michele Bachmann eating lunch.
There’s Just Something About the Virgin Mary
Wait, so the Vatican didn’t have a problem with portrayals of the Virgin Mary breastfeeding Jesus but Facebook did?
Facebook’s Feeding Frenzy
Facebook’s crusade against breastfeeding mothers took a turn for the worse when they banned this photo of a mother simply holding her baby.
Neptune’s Wang Is Too Salacious for Facebook
A photo of Giambologna’s Fountain of Neptune in Bologna, Italy was banned by Facebook because the bronze effigy of the Roman god of freshwater and the sea has its dong flopping about in the Italian breeze. The Guardian reports
writer Elisa Barbari posted a picture of the fountain-topping statue of Neptune on her page “Stories, curiosities and views of Bologna.” It was quickly banned for being sexually explicit.
Facebook wrote to Barbari: “The use of the image was not approved because it violates Facebook’s guidelines on advertising. It presents an image with content that is explicitly sexual and which shows to an excessive degree the body, concentrating unnecessarily on body parts.”
The site quickly corrected its gaff after realizing the image is one of a near 500-year-old work of art, not a flesh-and-bone man stood atop an Italian palazzo, c*ck out, brandishing a trident.
Are You Effin Kidding Me?
It took Ann Marie Kennedy over a year to get Facebook to stop banning photos of her perfectly Effin acceptable business name.
Facebook banned this photo of a soldier who lost some limbs in battle but later lifted the ban.
Facebook Taking a Stand Against Photoshop
Facebook decided to take a stand against cutting a bikini-clad woman in half with photoshop.
Facebook totes freaked out when the Christmas Island Tourism Board posted these scandalous photos of boobies.
Just Couple of Hug Thugs
There is no official story of why Facebook banned this photo.
Facebook banning this photo turned into an old-fashioned Internet backyard brawl.
Censorship Kiss of Death
Too National Geo-Graphic
Facebook banned this tribal photo for obvious boob-related reasons.
You Jelly of My Belly?
Facebook took fat-shaming to a whole new level when they banned this photo of a jelly bell