YouTube is back, stop calling the police

Calvin Saunders
October 18, 2018

People around the world were experiencing outages on YouTube on Tuesday night.

YouTube said on Twitter that it is working on the problem but did not explain what happened.

YouTube did not say what caused the outage.

And now a YouTube support team on Twitter have provided the latest update on what is happening with the Google Video Service tonight.

It earlier acknowledged reports of issues with its services, and said it was looking into them.

The disruption sparked panic among many YouTube users, as this was the first time they'd ever experienced the site being offline.

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After resolving the issue, TeamYouTube put out a Tweet "We're back!" #YouTubeDOWN is now trending on top on Twitter India with users complaining about the outage.

A technical glitch prevented access to the Google-owned platform, including its YouTube TV and YouTube Music, just before 12.30pm today.

Some users trying to access the YouTube homepage received an error message appearing saying: "Sorry, something went wrong".

But the most interesting one came from Philadelphia police requesting residents not to call 911 to complain about YouTube's downtime!

The current situation with YouTube has invited tons of memes and trolls on Twitter.

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