In the wake of the news that Twitter got hacked on Friday
, a parody account of the U.K.'s Daily Mail
, @DMReporter, pretended to be hacked this morning by a group of hackers who weren't in on the joke
. Under the pretense that control of the account had been taken over by protesting hackers, the @DMReporter account tweeted messages railing against mass media right-wing propaganda, while the man behind the account Paul Dacre
, went along with the joke, repeatedly asking the hackers to knock it off.