Facebook suffers global outage as users' feeds are being flooded with posts from people they don't know (Photos)
Facebook users complain that their news feeds are overrun with posts from strangers who are commenting on celebrity pages.
The social network has been experiencing issues since 7:08 AM BST, according to the down detection website Downdetector.
According to data from Downdetector, more than 2,000 people in the UK have reported issues, with 77 percent of those saying the problem is with their feeds.
Facebook users flocked to Twitter to discuss the strange glitch, which the site's owner, Meta, has not yet addressed.
Is @maymaywala down or what? My feed is spammed with what random people are commenting on celebrity pages.'
Another user, @Zeeshan0961, said: """What the hell is this @facebook? My whole timeline is filled with people posting on celebrities' on celebrities' on celebrities' walls.'
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