Think your Monday is going shit so far? Think again, because unless you're The Herald, we're gonna say your day can't be nearly as bad as theirs.
The Irish newspaper made a HUGE mishap when reporting on the news that Belgian footballer Romelu Lukaku is in the middle of a £75million transfer from Everton to Manchester United.
They clearly haven't brushed up on their footie knowledge, as the paper used a year-old photo of Grime star Stormzy in their article.
It appears the paper got confused after spotting a pic of Stormzy wearing the Man Utd away kit at the launch last May, where he posed with David Beckham.
And the mistake was instantly noticed...
The Herald have mistaken Stormzy for Romelu Lukaku on their backpage. pic.twitter.com/UH1vIpzdPc
— Darren Cleary (@RadioCleary) July 10, 2017
"Is there a picture of Lukaku in United shirt yet?"
"Nah, just use Stormzy instead." pic.twitter.com/mtE6GkikL3
— ???? (@eaglemoustache) July 10, 2017
Let's end the argument. Who is the better striker.
RT for Stormzy
Like for Lukaku. pic.twitter.com/6i8YZhU3NU
— ???? DaddyMO PhD CEng ???? ????♠️ (@officialdaddymo) July 10, 2017
— Andrew Bloch (@AndrewBloch) July 10, 2017
Lukaku posts a heartfelt farewell message to Everton fans, before getting back to sitting by the pool with Paul Pogba in LA, and doing dabs.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 10, 2017
It's clearly not the first time this has been done
Stormzy tweeted in 2014 that someone called him Lukaku before, and commented on the apparent resemblance on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch show earlier this year.
Surely this had to pass by a few people before getting the sign off...
We don't envy whoever published that photo. A response from both Stormzy and Lukaku over the incident has yet to be released.