Jun 2, 2018
Buffalo Wild Wings apologises over 'awful' tweets in targeted hacking
US restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings has apologised for a string of crude and racist posts that appeared on its Twitter account after it was hacked. The tweets were posted on Friday on the company's verified account, which has more than 700,000 followers. In the latest incident, Buffalo Wild Wings confirmed that its account had been compromised and that it had deleted the tweets after about 20 minutes. The author and filmmaker Tariq Nasheed, who was targeted in the posts, tweeted soon after they were published that he was "Waiting on Buffalo Wild Wings" to issue an apology. Buffalo Wild Wings is a restaurant and sports bar chain best known for its chicken wings, which it serves with a variety of sauces.
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