GILLINGHAM'S Twitter admin has had a nightmare after bizarrely replying with ticket information to a woman showing her nipples.
The accidental tweet has since been deleted but the hilarious misunderstanding has left football fans in stitches.
The account "Gillingham FC Tickets" updates Gills fans on getting access to games.
But as the Twitter account attempted to give supporters the latest ticket info earlier on a Papa John's Trophy clash with League 1 Charlton, they somehow managed to make a strange mistake.
Instead of putting out the tweet to all their followers, Gillingham FC tickets instead replied to one tweet.
And the post they replied to was of a women wearing a tight top with her nipples visible – and proudly mentioning that she's not wearing a bra.
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The tweet from the women read: "No bra, still hot mom?"
The unintentionally hilarious response from the Gillingham account read: "Collections can be on Wednesday night from Charlton's away ticket office, just outside the turnstiles for the away end."
The bizarre exchange left footie fans in stitches.
One fan brought attention to the tweet as they wrote: "What the f*** ahahahahaha".
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Other fans followed up with a series of laughing emojis.
The embarrassing slip up from the Twitter admin reflected Gillingham's ill-fortune on the pitch this season.
The recently-relegated League 2 side have been in dreadful early-season form, with the club failing to score in their last 5 games in all competitions.
They have also lost three of their last four league games.
Their only victory this season so far came over winless Rochdale, who have already sacked their manager.
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