Hackers took over Burger King's Twitter account on Monday. The cyber tricksters changed the fast food company's avatar and name to "McDonalds" and sent a McFlurry of questionable and offensive tweets. The Twitter mishap isn't all bad news for Burger King though—the account added 5,000 new followers in the first 30 minutes since the hackers took over.
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