When a news site presents its content for mobile devices, layout is simplified, pictures are made smaller, and very often headlines are shortened.
In many cases that is an automated process, and it can make for some inadvertently amusing headlines, that cut off midflow, creating a very different meaning to that intended.
You occassionally see examples floating around on social media – let me know if there are any you can recall (I can remember, for instance, one from around World Cup time last year on the NZ Herald‘s mobile site, but can’t dig it up).
That’s just the tip of the guffawburg. More here.