The languages accepted by Picture to People tools are according to what is shown at the "How to Use" page:
Picture to People tools doesn't accept other Unicode characters, so all other chars are rendered as their code point numbers from Unicode. So you get a "#", followed by a number.
That is what happened to the first char from your text. There is no solution for it, because P2P doesn't implement such char (an most fonts don't have such char in their implementation anyway).