Slow clap, BBC. Slow clap.
— BBC Scotland News (@BBCScotlandNews) February 17, 2014
Headline of the day?
Your headline of the day: pic.twitter.com/DtzLXaQSE7
— Meredith Frost (@MeredithFrost) February 18, 2014
Or headline of the year?
— Holly Brockwell (@holly) February 17, 2014
How to make a blocked sewer story go viral:
For those who do not have faith in the power of a good pun, "Sewer blocked by large Pooh" is the most shared story on the BBC at the moment.
— Richard Smart (@tokyorich) February 18, 2014
Of course this story was top read and shared on our site all day: sewer blocked by large Pooh http://t.co/yFBN8xI1LM. You readers you
— Melissa Hogenboom (@melissasuzanneh) February 17, 2014
Sadly, the BBC headline is now “Winnie the Pooh teddy among objects found in Scottish sewers.” Zzzzzzzzzzz.
— Jody-Lan Castle (@jodylan89) February 17, 2014
Spoilsports have changed the headline after it became a viral Pooh!! pic.twitter.com/OFInTV2em4
— Caroline Bellini (@carolinebellini) February 17, 2014
Flushed, but not forgotten.
"Sewer was blocked by large Pooh"- the headline a BBC journalist has been waiting for for all these years
— silas (@silaslehane) February 17, 2014
When the headline's better than the story > Large Pooh blocks Scottish sewer http://t.co/knp9fJqhSs
— Andy Lang (@HRH_Duke_of_Url) February 17, 2014
— JHW (@jharbweave) February 18, 2014