A DAD fell foul of Facebook’s hate-speech filter after sharing a pic of himself and his daughter on a Peppa Pig ride.
James Belshaw, 43, was asked by a cheeky pal, “Who had more fun?”, so he quipped: “Daddy Pig.”
Over-sensitive Facebook bots deleted the message, saying it could be construed as abuse.
Bus driver James, who was with River, three, at Paultons Park, Hants, said: “I couldn’t believe it.
“All I can think is the filter thought I was calling someone a pig.”
James, 43, who lives with wife Sophia, 31, in Woking, Surrey, responded to his pal after a warning flashed up asking if he wanted to continue.
He added: “Anyone who goes to a petting farm or on a country walk might write “pig” and fall foul of this.
“There has to be some protection but this is clearly over the top.”
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The Sun recently revealed Facebook had banned the phrase Cockshoot Dyke, Norfolk, for being too rude.
The social network was approached for comment.