And the winner of most unfortunate front page typo goes to...

Well, this is awkward.

And the winner of most unfortunate front page typo goes to...

The English Department at Salesian college in Farnborough, England was probably a little embarrassed to see this glaring typo on the front page of an educational supplement sponsored by the school.

... Oh dear.

The supplement was printed in the local Star Courier newspaper which is published by Trinity Mirror Southern - they have offered an official apology to the College.

Salesian College’s press officer Lorraine Stewart told the Independent that they hadn't seen the front page before it went to print.

“We don’t get to see what they put on their front page before publication and unfortunately the mistake was made at their end,” she said.

And she refused to be drawn on whether they would get involved with the supplement in the future.

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