Ashley Madison, a website for people looking to have affairs, was hacked on Monday by a group calling themselves the Impact Team, and Twitter is having a field day on the cheaters' behalf.
The hackers claim to have obtained personal details, naked selfies and the sexual fantasies of 37 million people, including up to one million Brits. By our calculations, that means that 1.5% of the population are quaking in their boots today.
The website, which ironically boasts a 'Trusted Security Award' and a 100% discreet service, is working with police to fix the problem.
But in the meantime, people have taken to Twitter to tell the users of Ashley Madison that they're about to get what's coming to them, and it's pretty hilarious...
Cheating website Ashley Madison was hacked pic.twitter.com/2J22beWb63— FunnyTweets (@funny_together) July 21, 2015
My response to hackers releasing the personal information of 37 million cheaters using Ashley Madison. pic.twitter.com/J1euSiOY7V— West Lee (@NotthatAdamWest) July 20, 2015
me obsessively checking the ashley madison tag pic.twitter.com/JQtfBqtnxr— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) July 20, 2015
Thank god I never joined Ashley Madison or I'd be crapping myself today that my affair with Felicity in accounts was about to go public.— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) July 21, 2015ADVERTISEMENT
When you hear that Ashley Madison's data is gonna get leaked pic.twitter.com/7SEFNmaMaW— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) July 20, 2015
A big fat 'serves you right' to all of the Ashley Madison members who are quaking in their boots today. I hope your partner is too.— Ben Blunt (@ben_blunt) July 21, 2015
So mad #AshleyMadison got hacked. Now everyone is gonna know i'm not really married.— Kevin Flood (@FLOOKLYN) July 21, 2015
Isn't #AshleyMadison a place for researching baby names? That's what my wife told me when she was pregnant with my daughter Tinder anyway— Gabriel Rutledge (@gaberutledge) July 20, 2015
Don't care about this #AshleyMadison thing, but if the Dominos or Eat 24 websites ever get hacked, I will be soooo embarrassed.— Lon Harris (@Lons) July 20, 2015
37 million users on #AshleyMadison and "gay marriage is destroying the American family"
😂😂😂— Jamie Hager (@jamiehager120) July 20, 2015
it's incredible how people who can't be trusted can trust a site for people who can't be trusted ... #ashleymadison— ximad (@ximad) July 20, 2015