NETFLIX has been ridiculed after a glitch appeared to show an AK47-wielding gunman being used to promote ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’.
Etiquette expert William Hanson shared a screengrab on Twitter of the hooded flighter in military fatigues alongside the episode description for the tidying guru’s show.
Netflix appeared to use an image of an AK47-wielding gunman to promote ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’
He tweeted: “Either there’s a netflix glitch or MarieKondo’s methods have escalated.”
The picture has sparked a hilarious reaction on Twitter, with social media users joking that “season two looks intense”.
Even US model Chrissy Teigen chimed in, saying: “DOES IT SPARK JOY MOTHERF***ER??”
She later added: “oh man I feel bad sweet, sweet marie is going to see that horrible word.”
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Jennifer Westmorland tweeted: “I always did think “tidying expert” was a little cryptic…”
Jamie Powis added: “AK-47s sparks joy.”
Twitter user Rich Davis replied with a video of an explosion and said: “Your options are simple: you
can spark joy or you can spark …. something else.”
Chris Erice added: “Kondo’s #WarOnClutter.”
After his tweet went viral with 30,202, Hanson tweeted that the best way to tidy up your life is to listen to his modern day life advice podcast.
Marie Kondo has taken Netflix by storm with her series which helps Americans de-clutter their homes.
The Japanese lifestyle guru encourages her followers and clients to only keep items and clothes which “spark joy” for them.
Born in Tokyo on October 9, 1984, Marie is world-famous for her love of tidying and KonMari folding method.
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She has written four books on organising, with her 2011 offering ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing’ published in more than 30 countries.
Marie was listed as one of Time magazine’s “100 most influential people” in 2015.
She claims she has loved tidying up since she was a schoolgirl.
Marie Kondo has taken Netflix by storm with her series which helps Americans de-clutter their homes