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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay claims his Twitter was hacked after tweeting out a very NSFW picture Twitter Screenshot

Jim Irsay’s reputation as a loose cannon isn’t going anywhere.

The Indianapolis Colts owner tweeted out a random picture of a naked woman early Thursday morning, which was deleted 12 minutes later and denounced by him as a result of his Twitter account being hacked.

Irsay’s account then posted a retweet of its own tweet from June 16 in response to another owner.

“I’ve been hacked! Be careful out there,” the post read. No further explanation or context was given.

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It does appear that his account was actually hacked this time, though. Just minutes after the post appeared on Twitter, another tweet that included the Twitter handles of a few Indianapolis-area reporters, as well as the official Twitter handle of the Indiana Pacers, was sent out.

Regardless, it’s not a good look. The things that happen to Irsay just don’t happen to any other owner. And after the news broke, Twitter was predictably abuzz with users poking fun at that exact sentiment.

It’s hardly ever good news when Jim Irsay’s name is trending on Twitter.

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