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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Mark May’s Twitter account bizarrely hacked

Mark MayMark May’s Twitter account totally spazzed out on Tuesday in a manner that is so inexplicable I’m still not even sure what happened.

The ESPN college football analyst apologized and said his account had been hacked, but this wasn’t your typical hack job. It looks like a bunch of old tweets May sent throughout the past year were fired off in the span of about 10 minutes, leaving his followers bombarded with nothing but old tweets. Seriously, if you go through his timeline, you’ll relive the past year in sports one event at a time as seen through the eyes of May.

One tweet referenced a “vile coward” hacking his account, but the odd tweets continued to be sent until it finally stopped a few minutes later. The whole thing was truly bizarre and hard to explain, which means it was very similar to May’s analysis on TV. Some people are speculating that May accidentally hit “send all” on all the drafts of tweets he had saved over the past year.

You can see all the tweets in the screenshots posted below. Start from the bottom and work your way up to see it all in chronological order:

Mark May Twitter hacked

Mark May Twitter hacked

Mark May Twitter

Mark May Twitter hacked

Mark May Twitter



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