Looking at this Boeing 767 you'll notice that the nose paint is not lined up with the rest of the paint. But the same model with the same paint scheme on the second image is fine. What is the reason for this?
It has a nose radome from another aircraft installed. The aircraft that donated the radome was painted with older TUI livery, where the blue/white border is straight, and in a slightly different place. The joggle in the paint scheme is the edge of the radome. If you put that radome back on the aircraft it came from, the paint lines will match up.
The original radome for that airplane was probably damaged by a bird strike or something on the ground, and they robbed one from another airplane (probably one that was down for maintenance) to dispatch it.