[ UPDATE: The City of Vaughan's Twitter account resumed activity Friday afternoon after posting the following note:
"The City has determined the inappropriate tweet from our account earlier today was from an unauthorized user. We are implementing procedures to prevent such an event from occurring again in the future." ]
Not every accident caused by the Toronto area’s snow day happened on the streets.
The City of Vaughan, Ont., suspended its official Twitter account on Friday after a strongly-worded missive was sent out amid a heavy snowfall across southern Ontario.
That is a fancy way of saying someone dropped an f-bomb on the city’s Twitter feed.
The offending tweet was posted shortly after 7:30 a.m. and wasn’t up for long before social media users started asking questions.
The post reads:
Everyone on my street has double gararges...who are these f---nuts who don’t put their car in the garage when we get 2 feet of snow? #dumb
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