Thursday 24 November 2022 11:38 PM Dan Andrews is accused of photoshopping a green exit sign in a photo as the ... trends now
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has been publicly accused of photoshopping a symbolic 'exit' sign out of a photo showing him voting.
But graphic design experts have questioned the claims, which were levelled on Twitter by former Liberal premier Jeff Kennett on Friday.
Mr Kennett tweeted: 'Look who airbrushed out the exit sign when they privately voted and then posted their voting on social media.
'Not only did he not have the courage to vote with his constituents, they falsified the picture. Says everything does it not? Certainly on the way out!'
Mr Kennett shared an alternative image where the green emergency exit sign clearly hangs over Mr Andrews' head.
The photo shows Premier Dan Andrews voting alongside his family (pictured) at a polling booth on Thursday outside his electorate. But some critics are claiming a green emergency exit sign behind the premier had been 'airbrushed' out of the photo
Former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett took to his social media (pictured) on Friday accusing Mr Andrews of doctoring the image to alter the sign - but graphic designers questioned the picture
However, graphic design expert suggested to the Daily Mail Australia that all may not be as it