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MAFS star Michael caught out in bizarre photoshopping fail

Martha is rubbing off on him!
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It was only a matter of time before Married at First Sight’s Michael Brunelli joined his ‘wife’ Martha Kalifatidis in photoshopping Instagram photos.

The former reality star faced a wave of backlash after posting a shirtless photo of himself in Mexico earlier this week.

WATCH: MAFS’ Michael shares BTS video of wife Martha’s racy selfies

In the photo, Michael flexed his biceps on a beach near Hotel Viceroy Los Cabos.

“el professor,” the schoolteacher wrote in the caption.

Many of his followers threw compliments his way (surprisingly commending him on his moustache of all things).

His girlfriend, Martha – who joined him at the resort for a romantic getaway – commented on the photo saying I asked for the moe, nek min… José turns up.”

However, according to The Daily Mail, followers were quick to notice that the skyline next to his shoulders appeared to warp upwards.

Earlier that day, Martha also appeared to have uploaded an edited photo with Michael – and a naked one at that.

The racy photo of the couple (who are celebrating their one-year anniversary) shows a naked Martha curled into a shirtless Michael’s embrace.

“One year, my dear,” Martha wrote in the caption.

Some fans of the couple likened the photo to one of Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner, with one follower commenting:

“Legit a splitting image of @kyliejenner and literally a similar photo she took with Travis! GOALS.”

However, not all were blinded by the glamorous photo.

According to The Daily Mail, Martha’s followers noticed blurring around her lower jaw and back, as well as unusual bumps on her spine that revealed she had used a slimming tool.

Martha and Michael are two of the last remaining couples from last year’s season of Married at First Sight (along with Cameron Merchant and Jules Robinson).

According to The Daily Mail, Martha filmed scenes for the eight season of the reality tv series – which is currently in production in Sydney.

The publication alleged that the 31-year-old will testify that MAFS’ scientific matching process works if participants commit to it.

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