Eric Woerth has been accused of turning the corner of the photo of him while climbing a summit in the Alps to make the climb look more insidious than reality

Top wrong? French politician maintains that his glacier photo is real after receiving an avalanche of abuse that accuses him of changing it to make it look more impressive

  • French MP ridiculed for seemingly misleading mountain-climbing photo
  • Eric Woerth accused of rotating photo to make climbing look more dangerous
  • Eagle-eyed Twitter users found various gravity defying elements of the photo

Eric Woerth has been accused of turning the corner of the photo of him while climbing a summit in the Alps to make the climb look more insidious than reality

Eric Woerth has been accused of turning the corner of the photo of him while climbing a summit in the Alps to make the climb look more insidious than reality

A French center-right MP has been ridiculed for a seemingly misleading photo that shows him how he climbs an almost vertical mountain.

Eric Woerth has been accused of turning the corner of the photo of him while climbing a summit in the Alps to make the climb look more insidious than reality.

The photo was tweeted by the politician Monday with the caption & # 39; Always on foot & # 39 ;, and he has since been dealing with a barrage of allegations that the photo is actually a fake.

Eagle-eyed Twitter users found various elements of the photo that seem to defy the law of gravity.

The most obvious giveaway action is two people in the background who seem to walk upright at a 90-degree angle from the snow-covered mountain.

Others saw the zipper of Woerth & # 39; s jacket pointing in the wrong direction as he climbed up, and the green rope rested on the mountain instead of hanging down.

& # 39; The most impressive are the two people on the right of the photo who are horizontal & # 39 ;, said a Twitter user.

Another skeptic commented: & # 39; The zipper of your zipper that ignores gravity and hangs toward the mountain.

The photo was tweeted by the politician Monday with the caption & # 39; Always on foot & # 39 ;, and he has since been dealing with a barrage of allegations that the photo is actually a fake.

The photo was tweeted by the politician Monday with the caption & # 39; Always on foot & # 39 ;, and he has since been dealing with a barrage of allegations that the photo is actually a fake.

The photo was tweeted by the politician Monday with the caption & # 39; Always on foot & # 39 ;, and he has since been dealing with a barrage of allegations that the photo is actually a fake.

& # 39; Your two friends in the background also ignore gravity and walk on the mountain you climb. That is all suspicious … & # 39;

One person simply turned the photo on its side with the caption: & # 39; Fixed it & # 39 ;.

Woerth, who retired from the cabinet of former President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2010, hit back on the critics and insisted that the photo was not a fake.

Others saw the zipper of Woerth & # 39; s jacket pointing in the wrong direction as he climbed up, and the green rope rested on the mountain instead of hanging down

Others saw the zipper of Woerth & # 39; s jacket pointing in the wrong direction as he climbed up, and the green rope rested on the mountain instead of hanging down

Others saw the zipper of Woerth & # 39; s jacket pointing in the wrong direction as he climbed up, and the green rope rested on the mountain instead of hanging down

& # 39; The avalanches (dangerous phenomenon in the mountains …) due to the publication of the mountain photo force me to say that the image is true and without retouching, & # 39; said Woerth.

Mountain guide Jean-Franck Charlet came to the aid of the former cabinet minister and said: & I am surprised that a simple photo has produced so many critical and ironic comments from internet users and climbers, comments that have been widely adopted by our major national media … who have simply and without professionalism picked up, made no effort to contact the person who took the photo and thereby established the truth. & # 39;

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