The BBC made the inadvertent slip in an article about Donald Trump raging on Twitter about the impending arrest of his campaign officials one of whom promised to surrender to FBI after being accused of working on Russian government for the election results in the USA. To this the POTUS replied that there was a real witch hunt and Hillary Clinton was to blame. “US President Donald Trump has launched a Twitter tirade about the ‘guilt’ of Hillary Clinton and the opposition Democratic Party. 0His Sunday morning outburst came amid reports that the first arrest in the Russian collusion inquiry would be made this week, possibly as early as Monday,” BBC News wrote about it. The article then featured a response to Trump, adding: “Critics on Twitter were quick to accuse him of attempting to divert attention from the Russian investigation by complaining about the lack of focus on an opponent he defeated in the presidential election nearly a year ago.” However, the response that the BBC quoted came from the X-rated gay website TitanMan.Of the BBC’s accidental inclusion of their tweet, the site joked: “We like to think of ourselves as the thinking man’s porn!” Twitter audience considered it an opportunity to make jokes. The BBC did eventually realise the mistake several hours later, and the article was quietly updated to feature a different response from a Twitter user.