Apologies To all the kids who have he realise that the Princess Peach mascots you see have someone in it.
Twitter user @MarioBrothBlog’s account recently received a sensitive content warning from Twitter. The reason? He posted a picture of an actor putting on his Princess Peach Costume for a North American Mario Superstar Baseball commercial.
The picture apparently caught the eyes of Twitter’s “sensitive content” bots and his account was subsequently flagged as containing sensitive content. @MarioBrothBlog even tried posting the same pictures on a few other twitter accounts and within 10 seconds each of the accounts were also flagged.
Below is a screenshot of the Tweet that mistakenly got this account flagged as containing sensitive content. As you can see, this was an error. I would never post actual sensitive content. This Tweet will be pinned until the situation is resolved. pic.twitter.com/nMnElZF9uj
— Supper Mario Broth (@MarioBrothBlog) March 31, 2018
Thinking positively, I think parents might appreciate Twitter’s efforts to preserve the magic for children who dangerously surf the Twittersphere. However, @MarioBrothBlog is determined to correct this error and has pinned the picture on his twitter page to make a stand until the situation is resolved.