Twiterrati are having a field day with a hoarding diagnostic and related healthcare tests service provider Dr. Lal PathLabs. Can you notice something wrong in the hoarding that has gone viral on social media for the all wrong reasons.
Twiterrati are having a field day with a hoarding of diagnostic and related healthcare tests service provider Dr. Lal PathLabs. Can you notice something wrong in the hoarding that has gone viral on social media for the all wrong reasons. The hoarding put out somewhere in Kolkata shows a doctor examining an X-ray report with all concentration in order to spot a very critical problem, as it reflects. And on the opposite side, list of all services provided by the pathological lab is printed. So far, so good, right?
Now go back to the image once again. Noticed anything absurd? Not yet? The X-ray?! Yes, you got it there… the doctor is examining the X-ray report holding it upside down. As soon as the mistake was pointed out on Twitter, the news spread like wildfire on social media. People are not only poking fun at the healthcare service provider, but many have also questioned the brand’s credibility and authenticity. Here’s a look into how Twitterati reacted to the blunder:
And their doctors can read upside down X-rays ???? pic.twitter.com/FCd4SOZC5n
— Dr Sulbha KG Arora (@SulbhaArora) July 30, 2017
— Antony Stanley (@tonymon4u) July 30, 2017
— PM (@Inv1cta) July 30, 2017
Don’t even go to Dr. LAL PATHLABS.
— Miss Marwaari (@kritikagoyal007) July 30, 2017
— Atul (@catchatul) July 30, 2017
— Dr. Ravinder Chopra (@chopsravi) July 30, 2017
????????????@lalpathlabs really : Are you nuts??
1) Put saner people on the advertising job
2) Hire real doctors who know how to hold an X ray ???????? pic.twitter.com/SmFxLSfAdT
— The Good Doctor (@Kaalateetham) July 30, 2017
Ummm, Lal Path labs. That X Ray is ulta. No wonder *daaktar Sahiba* looks so concerned pic.twitter.com/6Na4QeXekC
— गरल कण्ठ (@Ateendriyo) July 30, 2017
However, this is not for the first time that a hoarding like this has become the talk of the town. Several billboards across the country, with some unfortunate typos, will make you laugh out loud and even force you to share it with your friends.