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Burger King Twitter Account Hacked... By McDonald's? UPDATED

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Holy Burger Wars! Short Order just learned that Burger King's Twitter Account has been hacked.

Instead of extolling the virtues of Whoppers and Chicken Philly sandwiches, the @BurgerKing account is now all about the love of Mickey D's!

We're actually about 100 percent certain that even though Ronald is a clown, he's not behind these antics... though, it's pretty funny!

Read also:
- Burger King Supplier Linked to Horse Meat

We're sure Burger King is trying to fix this as we speak....so just in case the account gets shut down, here are a few of our favorite gems:

And this:

Update: The @BurgerKing account has been suspended by Twitter. Business Insider is reporting that the hacktivist group Anonymous is responsible for the tweets.

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