BBC news channel recently made a major blunder with their subtitles when they welcomed the Chinese New Year as the year of "whores" instead of the "horse".
A viewer took a screen grab of the mistake before it was picked up on social media, Metro.co.uk reported.
Millions of people are celebrating Chinese New Year this weekend, with 2014 being the Year of the Horse as per the Chinese calender.
The mistake happened when the broadcasting giant was trying to wish the viewers.
Earlier, BBC News subtitling failures have included a reference to the Arch b**** of Canterbury and calling for "a moment's violence" during the Queen Mother's funeral.
Here's the twitter reaction with people having the final laugh:
— Mikey Smith (@mikeysmith) February 1, 2014
Love it! Chinese New Year: Unfortunate Caption Fail On BBC News; Year of the whores!! LOL!! http://t.co/jjxw8dZcsg
— Edmond Terakopian (@terakopian) February 1, 2014
— Amanda Woods (@TheAmandaWoods) February 1, 2014
— Finger of India (3D) (@IndiaFinger) February 1, 2014
THE BBC HAS DECLARED IT "YEAR OF THE WHORES"
— ♥ Julian Joestar ♥ (@partyrockticon) February 1, 2014
BBC ushers in new Chinese "Year of the Whores" http://t.co/cTq21sjD8k
— Matthew Kalman (@MatthewKalman) February 2, 2014