Metro, a free daily newspaper in Toronto, ran an unfortunate typo last week in a film review of Friday the 13th.
"Not only does it overlap the thirteen killings (very clever!) that occur over the film's 97 minutes, but they're ultimately underwhelming. breasts. In fact, with very little suspense to speak of, Friday the 13th isn't scary at all...unless of course, you're a film critic."
Or a copyeditor.
Blog site The Torontoist discovered the typo, which you can see in newsprint on the site. The Torontoist implies Metro’s decision to cut staff writers and replace them with freelancers and unpaid interns is to blame for the errant “breast.”
Next time one slips past you, or your copyeditor, remember the Metro.