The botched attempt to edit a photo of Israel's ambassador to Brazil, apparently eating a lobster for lunch with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been ridiculed on social media, where users accused the embassy of (carelessly) censoring the non-kosher shellfish.
The photograph of the ambassador Yossi Shelley and Bolsonaro was taken on Sunday, ahead of the Copa American football final between Brazil and Peru, which was won by the former by defeating Peru 3-1 at the Maracana.
Posted on the embassy's official Twitter handle, it shows the leftovers of their plates clumsily scribbled out in black. The ends of what appear to be lobster shells could be still seen in the plate.
Bolsonaro's plate features what appears to be a fruit salad in the shape of a lion's face.
'Kosher' foods are those that conform to the traditional Jewish dietary norms. As a part of the religious standard, fish with fins and scales are allowed to be eaten, but shellfish, pork, are forbidden.
Here's what Twitter had to say: