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Someone with access to car manufacturer Chrysler's official Twitter account tweeted their disgust for Detroit drivers to thousands of followers. The message read:
"I find it ironic that Detroit is known as the #motorcity and yet no one here knows how to f**king drive."
The company quickly removed the tweet, apologizing that its account had been compromised and for any offence caused. Chrysler later confirmed the tweet's source was an employee of its social media agency, New Media Strategies. The individual in question was later "terminated" -- but it goes to show what can happen when a third pary has access to a company's social media account.