New York Times publishes correction after bizarre misspelling of Cork
The New York Times was forced to publish a correction in the newspaper after misspelling Cork.
It appears that a journalist from the New York Times has confused 'The Rebel County' with cheese.
Irish novelist Gavin Corbett posted a clip from the newspaper which published a correction on a spelling error it had made with Cork in a wedding article.
It read: "The vows column last Sunday, about the marriage of Sunny Jacobs and Peter Pringle, misspelled the name of the city in Ireland where Ms. Jacobs had a speaking engagement. It is Cork, not Quark."
"The failing New York Times." pic.twitter.com/BjUELoGF8L— Gavin Corbett (@GavinTCorbett) March 1, 2017
@GavinTCorbett Cheesy.— Neil Hegarty (@nphegarty) March 1, 2017
What would Frank O'Connor say?
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