The admins of a Facebook group deleted a boy’s artwork of the Olympic Games, claiming it was too nasty. Carter Jones, four, and his parents Nicole and Sam enjoyed watching gymnastics, judo, and diving. As a result, when he chose to draw his favorite moment from the Tokyo Olympics, things turned out a little naughty.
The child sketched a man leaping over a pommel horse, but his two parents thought it was a little too X-rated.
His mum Nicole then shared the work of art on Facebook with her friends, but it was later taken down, according to her.
“So we were watching the Olympics, specifically the gymnastics,” she explained.
“Carter wanted to do a drawing of some of the things we’d seen that day.”
“I took one glance and said to myself, “Wow, this is incredible, tell me all about it.” As you might guess, the image made me laugh out loud.
“He said it was the man kicking his legs out as he went over the pommel horse’s bench.
“I instantly forwarded it to our entire family.”
Nicole shared the photo on Facebook, but the admin group that runs a page on the social media platform took it down.
“Guess the Olympic sport, by Carter, age four,” she said in her post.
She went on to say: “I knew if I put it in a group, I’d receive some incredible responses, and I wasn’t disappointed.
“Unfortunately, the post had to be removed by the administrator. Facebook has flagged a number of their nasty posts.
“However, I had a great time reading the comments. They were considerably more powerful and amusing.”
“Haha, which channel is this on?” one person said.
“I laughed far more than I needed to at this, it made my day,” another commented, while a third quipped, “Diving or gymnastics maybe?”
A fourth person added: “Weightlifting? “Could be a huge muscly arm,” while a fifth added, “Croissant eating?”
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