A mom in the UK, Sue Moseley, shared a picture of a simnel cake her daughter made for Easter. The cake is a traditional thing to make on Easter and includes marzipan balls on the top to represent Jesus and his 11 apostles (minus Judas).
Later that day, Sue couldn’t login to her account and received an error message saying that her account had been disabled for violating their terms: Users “may not post violent, nude, partially nude, discriminatory, unlawful, infringing, hateful, pornographic or sexually suggestive photos or other content via the service.”
— Fiona Moseley (@fionamoseley) April 4, 2016
“I can only assume they’ve got some kind of recognition software that flags anything that looks remotely like a naked body part,” Fiona told Mashable. “My Mum was really sad about it as she has lost all her Instagram photos and her account. She’s the loveliest person and only posts photos of her family, holidays and food and for that they’ve suspended her.”