There is a picture circulating on social media of a BBC headline from 2017 about a major UK political figure with an unfortunate typo: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Es5oYlpWMAYbvLg.jpg. I want to ask whether that typo was made and quickly corrected by the BBC (or put differently, whether that picture was digitally faked). Is that on-topic?
As the help center says, Skeptics is all about challenging notable claims.
If someone came across an image of a headline like that, then there are a number of questions I could imagine a person would have:
- Is/was this a real headline?
- Is what the headline saying true?
- Was this a typo, or was the wording intentional?
Any of those questions could be on-topic here, however just posting the image and asking the question isn't enough. What they'd also need is to show that people are claiming that it's a real headline, and that this claim is widely believed.
So, if you ask your question and also link (for example) a well-known person/site presenting it as true, or show that there are widely shared/viewed posts treating it as though it's true, then your question should be on-topic.
I saw that one of your other questions also asked whether the content of an image was real, and as part of that question you linked a tweet that appeared to have been widely viewed/liked/retweeted/etc. That's exactly the sort of thing that easily meets the notability requirements, so if you can find something similar for this headline then you shouldn't have any issues.