Aaron Grogs and his 'stitch-up' video.
Aaron Grogs and his 'stitch-up' video.

Stitch-up or worthy winner?: Facebook controversy

THE Chronicle got stitched up this week and it has brought all of its critics together!

A screenshot of Aaron Grogs from his now iconic "Stitch-up at work today" video dominated the Facebook cover photo competition with an unprecedented 450-plus likes.

The competition asks followers to submit photos and the one with the most likes becomes the cover photo for a week.

However, The Chronicle chose not to use the photo because it was deemed inappropriate.

That decision caused uproar on Facebook even before the competition had closed, with many followers demanding it be used. This is what some had to say:

Should The Chronicle have made the "stitch up" screenshot its Facebook cover photo?

This poll ended on 20 September 2016.

Current Results

Yes

87%

No

12%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

"This needs to make front page, not just cover photo." - Kael Krapkat

"A lot of people looking forward to seeing this as the cover photo The Chronicle, don't let the people down." - ZK Crane.

"Disappointed would be an understatement, why run a competition if you are not going to honour it?" - Alexander Poulton.
said.

"In other news The Chronicle won't change their cover photo to the winner. Disappointing" - Alex Bailey

"This one embodies everything that is Toowoomba. How can they not make this the cover image." - Adrian Harris.



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