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A teenage dog owner was left mortified after a photo of his newborn puppy was banned from Facebook - because animal lovers thought it was a ****.
Dominic Ibaos, 16, wanted to show off the tiny pooch fast asleep on his hand to friends on social media.
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But the innocent picture sparked trouble when someone reported it as an indecent image, mistaking the dog's wrinkled body and pink head for something rude.
The puppy, named Dimitri, is a rare Xoloitzcuintli breed, also known as a Mexican hairless dog.
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The teenager posted the image to a local animal lovers group. But Facebook notified him that it had been removed because it 'didn't follow their community standards'.
Having been initially upset, the teen eventually saw the funny side and decided to share the warning notification he was sent.
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It amassed more than 60,000 retweets, likes and shares.
Dominic, from Davao City in the Philippines, said: 'When I look at it I always just see the puppy.
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'I got a notification saying it had been blocked a few minutes after I posted it to the group.
'At that time I didn't realise it looked like a **** because when I first posted it to Facebook all I saw was a photograph of an innocent puppy.
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