Breaking news from Twitter this afternoon: Fisker Automotive thinks you could stand to lose a few pounds, and they can show you how in just a few short weeks.
Actually, it looks like Fisker is the latest victim of what's known as "hacking," apparently a hot new trend on the World Wide Web. It's only Wednesday, and Fisker is now the third automotive-related Twitter account to get hacked this week.
On Monday, noted Top Gear curmudgeon Jeremy Clarkson's account tweeted out a similar message. And yesterday, there was the sordid hack of the Jeep account by Cadillac allegedly a New England DJ who also hacked Burger King.
We're only halfway through the week. Any guesses who's next?
Update: Fisker says the situation has been resolved, and with a bit of humor too.
We know that the fans and followers of Fiskerauto don't need to lose weight... Disregard our last tweet as we were hacked like other OEMS.— Fisker Automotive (@FiskerAuto) February 20, 2013