From the photos provided, Ivan looked to be a man of about 40 years of age.
No need to be tricked by the other's sex Have a real conversation by Video Chat Smart Video Chatting(1) Communicate by video and with ALO PENALO PEN enables you to communicate better.It was obvious that despite having a Twitter presence, the magazine was not monitoring what was being posted.People were left scratching their heads over statements like "Baby born without eyes", "Iconic ice block of our youth gone!But an over-reliance on digital tools and a lack of proper checks can potentially lead to embarrassment.The Australian Women's Weekly magazine was left red-faced when Twitter user and radio presenter Ti Butler (@tibutler) pointed out it had been sending out tweets without any links or accompanying photos.He had been sending Whats App messages to random numbers with the offers.
Mr Zul, 25, posed as a 17-year-old student looking for work, and asked Ivan if there were any job vacancies.
Some netizens have even gone as far as to call her a legend, a hero and an iconic display of the Taiwanese national spirit.
As with anything that fires the imagination of netizens, the image was also quickly turned into a meme.
Or it might have been a hangover, for the glitch is not new to Australian Women's Weekly.
Bizarre tweets have been spawned sporadically by the magazine's Twitter account since last year.
The photo, taken by Associated Press photographer Chiang Ying-Ying, had the accompanying caption: "A woman eats and struggles with her umbrella against powerful gusts of wind." The woman has been identified by Taiwan's Apple Daily as Mrs Dai, a fruit-seller.