Fast food chain Burger King’s official Twitter account was hacked Monday. The hackers changed the account’s avatar to familiar-looking golden arches and its name to “McDonalds” and sent several offensive tweets. The account was briefly suspended and Burger King soon sent out a tweet on its restored Twitter, “Interesting day here at Burger King, but we’re back! Welcome to our new followers. Hope you all stick around!”

Fast food chain Burger King’s official Twitter account was hacked Monday. The hackers changed the account’s avatar to familiar-looking golden arches and its name to “McDonalds” and sent several offensive tweets. The account was briefly suspended and Burger King soon sent out a tweet on its restored Twitter, “Interesting day here at Burger King, but we’re back! Welcome to our new followers. Hope you all stick around!”