Somebody out there is having their way with Burger King:
Somebody needs to tell Burgerking that 'whopper123' isn't a secure password.
— Simon Osborne (@flibblesan) February 18, 2013
— Aaron Gardner (@Aaron_RS) February 18, 2013
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) February 18, 2013
Is hacker group LulzSec responsible?
This might actually turn out to be pretty good for Burger King:
They may be hacked, but when was the last time ANYBODY talked about @BurgerKing this much?
— OAFEnet (@OAFE) February 18, 2013
Also, here’s an idea:
Will Burger King hire Anthony Weiner for Twitter hack PR?
— Joe Brooks (@joebrooks) February 18, 2013
The hackers are still going strong:
Well, it took a while, but evidently, Twitter finally realized something was wrong:
Lol Twitter suspended @BurgerKing
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) February 18, 2013
The hacked twitter account @BurgerKing is now suspended.
— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) February 18, 2013
— Andy Wendt (@AndyWendt) February 18, 2013
“We apologize to our fans and followers who have been receiving erroneous tweets about other members of our industry and additional inappropriate topics.”
That’s it?! Yawn.
Lamest comeback ever:
Interesting day here at BURGER KING®, but we're back! Welcome to our new followers. Hope you all stick around!
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) February 19, 2013
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