The Courier-Mail has apologised to readers after a small number of faulty copies of the print edition of the newspaper were circulated in error.
According to the Courier-Mail’s website, the “corrupted copies” were distributed in the early hours of this morning and contained some pages with actual news in them.
Courier-Mail news content to be remedied
The Courier-Mail was quick to apologise for the inappropriate news content and promised to rectify the problem with a flood of stories about “which suburbs will be the next real estate boom” and “suburb by suburb analysis of why the Federal Budget is good for you”.
Courier-Mail customers seemed unperturbed by the mistake.
Some claimed that, at the bottom of a kitty litter tray, all news looks the same.
Others seemed surprised there still was a print edition of the Courier-Mail.
To see the Courier-Mail apology in full, click HERE.
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