StubHub's Twitter account posted a vulgar tweet late Friday, then quickly deleted it and apologized.
The tweet, shown below, was apparently posted by a StubHub employee. It refers to the company as a "stubsucking hell hole" after expressing relief that it's Friday, punctuated by an expletive.
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The tweet was posted at 7:33 p.m. Eastern Time. Almost an hour later, @StubHub posted the following tweet:
We've deleted an unauthorized tweet made from this Twitter handle. We apologize to all of our followers for the inappropriate language used.
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— StubHub(@StubHub) October 6, 2012
May Twitter users noticed the tweet and kept screen captures of it, one of which we've embedded below. Most commenters suspect this is a case of an employee posting to the wrong Twitter account.
We've contacted StubHub's public relations for any further comment.
This story will be updated as it develops...
This story originally published on Mashable here.