So it turns out that Warwick Davis wasn't the only one sending inappropriate tweets during Monday's Armistice Day silence, parliament was at it too.
During the sombre two minutes of remembrance they felt the need to remind us of their ongoing investigation into historic child abuse.
While no doubt important, it was perhaps a little insensitive as the nation were respectfully remembering their war dead.
Unsurprisingly it didn't go down too well...
— Mathew Young (@smartie696) November 11, 2014
@UKParliament Tweet sent at 1101, Seriously??— James T-M (@jimbobmartin99) November 11, 2014
— Amanda (@Cheeky_Cherries) November 11, 2014
To their credit they promptly apologised...
We regret that a scheduled tweet coincided with today’s silence. We will ensure that this does not happen again.— UK Parliament (@UKParliament) November 11, 2014
Which still failed to assuage some...
@UKParliament Is that a sincere comment?— Darkseid (@No_Supermarket) November 11, 2014
@UKParliament Incompetent and disrespectful this is the way the UK is now run. You should be ashamed.— Dor (@wisenan57) November 11, 2014
There's just no pleasing some people...Suggest a correction