A photoshopped image on Seve Gat's Facebook showing her on the Great Wall of China.
A photoshopped image on Seve Gat's Facebook showing her on the Great Wall of China. Facebook

PHOTOS: Woman photoshops herself on Great Wall, goes viral

A WOMAN who became a hit on Facebook after editing herself badly into other people's holiday photos has now been offered a real holiday.

According to the UK's The Telegraph, Kenyan woman Sevelyn Gat could not afford a holiday to visit Asia, so decided to Photoshop herself standing next to various famous landmarks.

She began the Photoshop trip on February 29 with an edited photo of her standing next to a plane, adding the caption: "I have left the country to China."

Her hilariously bad Photoshop attempts have been a hit and prompted others to also join in with their own edits and sharing them with the hashtag #WhereIsSeveGatsNow..

Her poor Photoshop skills have been shared by thousands of Facebook users and now Nairobi businessman Sam Gichuru has reportedly offered to pay for her trip.

"If you were serious, I mean really serious, I have good news for you, get your passport ready because your dreams are about to come true," he told her.

He also joked: "To the rest, please don't Photoshop yourself, it won't work."

On her Facebook bage she posted: "Today I have met Sam Gichuru at Nailab to give him updates on the progress. I applied and got my birth certificate last week and now I am applying for my passport !!, I also got an internship ... as a project manager!!.

"I promise not to let him and you guys down. Thank you all for supporting me, Looking forward to going to China. God bless you all!"



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